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Boyhood Leads Gotham Awards With 4 Nominations

Boyhood Leads Gotham Awards With 4 Nominations

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You might be thinking “Already?!” but yes, award season is already starting. Today, New York’s Gotham Independent Film Awards put out their nominees, a list filled with pleasant surprises and some very obvious choices. Let’s...
Little Big League – Tropical Jinx

Little Big League – Tropical Jinx Review: A great new addition to the already wonderful set of recent albums looking back on emo music and 1990s sparseness and loneliness

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Little Big League contributes to the growing indie music scene with their latest album Tropical Jinx....
Dylan Baker: If Anyone Can Find Comfort in This Film, I’ll Be Happy

Dylan Baker: If Anyone Can Find Comfort in This Film, I’ll Be Happy

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In his debut feature, Dylan Baker (Spider-Man 2, Secretariat) pays homage to the miraculous story of Travis Freeman, a former high school football player from Corbin, Kentucky. Something of a town hero, Travis lost his sight...
11th Annual Big Apple Film Festival Announces Lineup & Honorees

11th Annual Big Apple Film Festival Announces Lineup & Honorees

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This year's Big Apple Film Festival announce their lineup and honorees....
Judy Irving On Nature Filmmaking: It Forces Me to Focus On Who We Share the Planet With

Judy Irving On Nature Filmmaking: It Forces Me to Focus On Who We Share the Planet With

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Bay Area filmmaker Judy Irving has had a fascination with Pelicans for about as long as she can remember. “I really loved what they looked like, that dinosaur look,” she told us as we caught...
Justin Simien: I Don’t Need to be Told Racism is Bad–I’m More Interested in Talking About Identity

Justin Simien: I Don’t Need to be Told Racism is Bad–I’m More Interested in Talking About Identity

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First-time filmmaker Justin Simien’s satirical comedy Dear White People follows four black students at a fictitious Ivy League school as they struggle with identity and self-worth. Lionel Higgins (Tyler James Williams) is a shy, gay journalist who...
Listen Up Philip

Listen Up Philip Review: If you can bear it, Perry and Schwartzman's misadventures of a misanthrope is an intriguing study in misery

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If you can bear it, Perry and Schwartzman's misadventures of a misanthrope is an intriguing study in misery....
5 Must See Films Playing at the 2014 imagineNATIVE Festival

5 Must See Films Playing at the 2014 imagineNATIVE Festival

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In its 15th year, imagineNATIVE showcases a wide variety of film, radio and media from Indigenous artists around the world. Here's the festival's lineup this year....

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Insane Trailer for Sion Sono’s ‘Why Don’t You Play in Hell?’

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13 Top Spine-Chilling Non-Horror Films

13 Top Spine-Chilling Non-Horror Films

Not into ghosts and supernatural but still want an adrenaline rush? Here are 13 non-horror films guaranteed to fright....

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