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The Essential Rock Cinema

Anointing a new ‘cinéma du rock.’

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Beetlemania and Beyond: Jessica Oreck

September 29, 2014
VANQUISHING OF THE WITCH BABA YAGA

On the uncanny qualities of Jessica Oreck’s films.

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An Almost Arbitrary Arcana

September 28, 2014
LA COBRA

With Jim Finn showing new work at the New York Film Festival, we take a look at sixteen shorts in his Lotería series.

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Filmwax Radio: HELLAWARE and the High-Low Art Divide

September 26, 2014
HELLAWARE

Death metal, Brooklyn art, comedy: HELLAWARE has it all.

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When Two Italian Masters Rejected Neorealism

September 26, 2014

Reality can’t be trusted: a look at Fellini and Antonioni’s contributions to LOVE IN THE CITY.

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Anatomy of the Filmmaker: Varda, the Maysles, Blank and Timoner

September 25, 2014

An infographical take on the philosophies, approaches and technological habits of a few key documentary heroes.

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John Hubley’s Playground

September 25, 2014 | One Comment
OF MEN AND DEMONS

John Hubley’s films explored creation and laughed at opposition, carving its audience tiny paths toward new ways of thinking.

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Finding Jacques Feyder

September 24, 2014 | 2 Comments

On the undeserved obscurity of a master filmmaker.

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Josh and Benny Safdie on HEAVEN KNOWS WHAT

September 23, 2014
HEAVEN KNOWS WHAT

Speaking of drama, time, street life and strange attractions: ‘You’re constantly flirting with death.’

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In a Minor Key: Two Films by Stephanie Barber

September 22, 2014
DAREDEVILS

Funny, smart and utterly unique, Stephanie Barber’s films make one critic wonder: Why don’t we take humor seriously?

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Gestures: Body Counts

September 21, 2014

When it comes to fist fights and the martial arts, first impressions are everything.

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From Werner Herzog to THE QUISPE GIRLS

September 20, 2014
THE QUISPE GIRLS

An Interview with Sebastián Sepúlveda.

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DOUBLE PLAY: James Benning, Richard Linklater and Baseball as a Metaphor for Filmmaking

September 19, 2014 | One Comment
DOUBLE PLAY

Self-taught cineastes James Benning and Richard Linklater both understand that film is a process of organizing time, and that scoring rallies are rare.