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May 2016

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      Chicago International Film Festival to be Honored in Paris

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      This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the close relationship between Sister Cities Paris and Chicago, and in commemoration of this enduring bond, the Champs ­Élysées Film Festival in Paris will be honoring the Chicago...
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        Thumbnails 5/31/16

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        1."The Black Film Canon": Slate's Aisha Harris and Dan Kois compile the 50 greatest movies by black directors.“These lists are important: They affect the types of movies that self-proclaimed cinephiles and casual viewers alike seek out and...
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          Nora is Always Right: Emilia Clarke & Jojo Moyes on "Me Before You"

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          Thea Sharrock's "Me Before You" is a film that feels rare today—an unabashed romance for the multiplex, one that doesn't come with a cynical Nicholas Sparks manufacturing label. Written by author/adapting screenwriter Jojo Moyes, it's a tale...
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            Chicago Underground Film Festival 2016 Preview

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            Running from June 1-5, the 23rd Chicago Underground Film Festival (CUFF) uncovers cinema selected to surprise—and occasionally unsettle.  Eleven features and nearly ninety shorts by experimental, documentary and narrative filmmakers come...
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              Of Men and War

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              Making its national premiere on PBS tonight after first playing the Cannes Film Festival in 2014, "Of Men and War" provides a different perspective of PTSD than we often see from American stories about war. Directed by Laurent Bécue-Renard,...
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                Roger's Favorites: Werner Herzog

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                We will continue to highlight filmmakers and actors that Roger championed throughout his career. Click here for a full table of contents for our "Roger's Favorites" entries. Below is an entry on filmmaker Werner Herzog, who will be...
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                  Holy Hell

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                  "Holy Hell," a documentary by Will Allen, is an account of an American religious cult as told by a filmmaker who was right in the middle of it in the 80s, and whose skills were put in service of glorifying it. Much of it consists of video footage...
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                    The Do-Over

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                    Steven Brill’s “The Do-Over,” the latest in a multi-picture deal between Netflix and Adam Sandler, starts like a real movie. At first, there’s a sense that it’s something at least greater than the half-star...
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                      Chevalier

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                      Male vanity, a trait so widespread that it’s rarely if ever acknowledged, gets a funny albeit ultimately not terribly consequential skewering in this dry comedy from Greece. “Chevalier” is the third fictional feature from...
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                        The Dresser

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                        Anyone attempting to do a new screen version of something that has already been filmed before must at some point face the inevitable comparisons with the earlier take on the material. In the case of “The Dresser,” a new version of the...