Robbie Brenner, producer of 'Dallas Buyers Club'

On the 20-year history of the project, and seeing the movie through for more than a decade herself: "We're a very small movie — $4 million over 25 days — and I feel like we get overshadowed by these huge movies. People forget what an amazing journey and feat it was to get it made." On "Dallas Buyers" not being previously seen as a front-runner for a best picture Oscar, and whether the SAG cast nomination changes that: "Critics have been split .... Because it's such a crowded landscape we thought we'd be recognized in certain categories — Matthew [McConaughey] and Jared [Leto] have been getting recognized a lot. But it's a huge honor to be nominated [for Outstanding performance by a cast] by the largest branch of the Academy .... Anything can happen. I don't want to get ahead of myself but the outpouring of emotion is overwhelming."
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