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Tilda Swinton's birthday gets a twist

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Actress Tilda Swinton was honored by the Museum of Modern Art's 6th annual Film Benefit in New York on Tuesday (November 5). On the red carpet she revealed it took her a long time to accept the honor. "They asked me about it awhile ago and I kind of had to talk myself in to it, but the fact that it is for such an amazing cause, you know, the film archive here and the film department which not only brings on new work but also conserve old film for generations. They got me over a barrel because I love them," she told Reuters. Swinton has made a career effortlessly navigating appearances in independent films and box office blockbusters. In 2007 she won an Academy Award for her supporting role in "Michael Clayton." Some of the London born actress films include "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," Burn After Reading and We Need to Talk About Kevin." The night is capping off the actress

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