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October 2015

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      India's Daughter

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      "India's Daughter" begins with an account an atrocity. On a December evening in 2012, 23-year-old medical student Jyoti Singh was attacked along with her boyfriend while taking a bus home from seeing "Life of Pi" in Dehli, the nation's capital....
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        The Wonders

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        "The Wonders," about a family of rural Tuscan beekeepers dragged toward a modern urban mentality, is a throwback to different kind of filmmaking: smaller, more emotionally intense, more tactile. It's also a film in which not much "happens" in the...
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          CIFF 2015: "A Perfect Day," "Cuckold," "Spotlight"

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          One of the best things about a festival program is its ability to keep viewers on their toes, especially when it seems like all has been seen. Some of this year's films shook up the norm in numerous ways, whether in unique tone (“A Perfect...
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            Love

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            "I'm inside my head," Murphy (Karl Glusman), a humorless young man in lust, says at one point in "Love," French provocateur Gaspar Noé's sexually-explicit drama about romance and, well, being inside your head. "Love" unsentimentally depicts...
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              The Armor of Light

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              “The Armor of Light” begins with footage from a 1992 anti-abortion rally, in which one of the protest’s leaders, a minister, is seen cradling a preserved human fetus in his hands. This gentleman, the Reverend Robert Schenck,...
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                The Return of Ralph Bakshi

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                When cult/independent animator Ralph Bakshi took to Kickstarter to finance "Last Days of Coney Island," a new 22-minute hand-drawn short, his fans' response was immediate. In six days, Bakshi raised $10,000 more than his original goal of $165,000....
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                  Flowers

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                  A drama about loss, memory and romantic longing, José Mari Goenaga and Jon Garaño’s “Flowers” is one of those films that proliferates in international festivals but often goes no further, for reasons that speak to...
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                    Ebertfest 2016 Passes On Sale November 2nd

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                    The 18th annual installment of Ebertfest, the film festival co-founded by Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Roger Ebert and his wife Chaz Ebert at the University of Illinois College of Media, is slated to run from Wednesday, April 13th, through Sunday,...
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                      Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

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                      For about as long as zombie movies have been a part of the cultural firmament, people have also produced films that have attempted to explore the lighter and funnier side of the deceased returning from the grave with the single-minded desire to chow...
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                        Burnt

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                        Food porn, no matter how expertly and attractively presented, is no substitute for actual food. But if you are susceptible to the blandishments of food porn, “Burnt,” a new Bradley-Cooper-starring drama about a brilliant-but-troubled...