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September 2018

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      The New York Film Festival 2018 Preview

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      “In between seeing a film about Orson Welles and the new Godard, I heard him blame ‘Animal House,’ ‘Caddyshack’ and ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ for the yearbook. That’s today in cinema history,...
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        Thumbnails 9/28/18

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        Thumbnails is a roundup of brief excerpts to introduce you to articles from other websites that we found interesting and exciting. We provide links to the original sources for you to read in their entirety.—Chaz Ebert 1.  "How Orson...
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          A Wolf at the Door: Jeffrey Wright on Hold the Dark

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          In Jeremy Saulnier’s latest film “Hold the Dark,” Jeffrey Wright plays the soft-spoken, highly skilled wolf expert Russell Core, who’s tasked with tracking down a pack of wolves who have taken the six-year-old son of Medora...
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            Night School

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            "Night School" is the barest wisp of a movie—a light, earnest, goofy comedy about a high school dropout (Kevin Hart) belatedly trying to earn a General Equivalency Diploma, in a night school classroom run by one of...
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              Hold the Dark

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              It brings me no joy to say that Jeremy Saulnier’s newest, and arguably his most ambitious, film is his first misfire. As one of the biggest fans out there of “Blue Ruin” and “Green Room”—two masterfully taut...
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                Little Women

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                Louisa May Alcott’s 150-year-old novel Little Women continues to be not just one of the most popular of all time, but one of the most influential, in part because of its heroine, Jo March—fiercely loyal, impetuous, impatient, and a...
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                  Matangi / Maya / M.I.A.

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                  The most attractive feature of Steve Loveridge’s “Matangi/Maya/M.I.A.,” a sprawling and purposely chaotic collage of the British-Sri Lankan singer-songwriter-rapper-producer-political activist M.I.A.’s life, is the wealth of...
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                    Hell Fest

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                    “Hell Fest” is a pretty bad movie that makes a great case for more slashing at horror theme parks. The lighting is already menacing, no one will believe your prey as you stalk them, the rent-a-cop authority figures are inherently...
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                      Free Solo

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                      “Have I mentioned to you that I have a not-insubstantial fear of heights?” I wrote my editor at this site when he assigned me to review this film. His silence in response was eloquent albeit still open to interpretation. I did not suffer...
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                        41st Mill Valley Film Festival to Honor Dr. Stacy L. Smith and Devote 45% of Its Lineup to Films by...

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                        The 41st installment of the Mill Valley Film Festival, presented annually by the California Film Institute, will screen 204 films representing 46 countries from Thursday, October 4th, through Sunday, October 14th, in Marin County. Two...