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August 2015

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      1."Non-stop action: why Hollywood's aging heroes won't give up the gun": An excellent, sprawling essay from The Guardian's Adam Mars-Jones.“There are still disciples following that path up the mountain to the sunny uplands of longevity...
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        The Original Primal Storyteller: Sir Ben Kingsley on "Learning to Drive"

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        After my interview with Sir Ben Kingsley, he caught me off-guard later by asking me, of all things, if I liked my shoes. “How do you like your Mer-rills?”, he inquired, in his bonafide English timbre. “I love to wear mine on...
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          Being More Present: Patricia Clarkson on "Learning to Drive"

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          Patricia Clarkson had been holding onto the script of “Learning to Drive” for about seven years before it became a film directed by Isabel Coixet, now in limited release. Watching the film, you can see why—it’s a sound...
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            My Favorite Roger: Collin Souter

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            Roger's review of "Your Highness."Why did I pick this review?I remember when "Your Highness" came out and feeling my heart sink more and more into total despair with every passing minute. Here was David Gordon Green, my favorite director (at the...
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              Wes Craven 1939-2015

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              It is with a heavy heart that we report that Wes Craven, the man who influenced the horror genre in countless ways, has passed away at the age of 76. His representatives have confirmed Craven’s death from brain cancer, as reported by The...
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                Chaz Ebert to Speak at TEDx Conference in Kansas City

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                TED Talks have become some of the mostly highly-coveted tickets in the world in the 30 years since the conferences started as a four-day event in California. Twice a year, the world’s most important thinkers take the stage to discuss the...
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                  Z for Zachariah

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                  The Garden of Eden isn't big enough for three people, it seems. Chiwetel Ejiofor, Margot Robbie and Chris Pine's characters find that out the hard way in "Z for Zachariah," an adaptation of a posthumously-published novel by Robert C....
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                    1."Mapping Brutality: How Last Year's 'Belle' Perfectly Explains White America's Response to Racism": An essential essay from Indiewire's Shannon M. Houston.“What activists (and many others suffering from racial discussion fatigue syndrome)...
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                      I Touched All Your Stuff

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                      "I'm not one of those angry, jealous guys," the man says he told another man over the phone, while trying to gather some information about his girlfriend. Of course, this man—the one who claims he's neither the angry nor jealous sort of...
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                        Zipper

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                        Patrick Wilson has made a career out of playing characters whose wholesome, all-American good looks cover up deep moral conflict, from early films like “Hard Candy” and “Little Children” to more recent efforts like...