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A Documentary Monument: KARAMAY

October 20, 2014
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The public record of a suppressed tragedy earns its six-hour runtime with immersion in a community’s grief.

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The Insiders: Laura Poitras and Edward Snowden

October 20, 2014 | One Comment
CITIZENFOUR

CITIZENFOUR pulls back the curtain on the Edward Snowden affair.

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Where the Action Is: Justified Men

October 19, 2014

Why people watch Liam Neeson and Denzel Washington movies.

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Superheroes Are for the Birds

October 19, 2014
BIRDMAN

On the Super and not-so-super men of cinema.

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The Future’s Festival: Valdivia

October 18, 2014
THE IRON MINISTRY

The films, the people, the landscape of Valdivia are something to be reckoned; they come to you as if they were part of a conspiracy, as if you just lived an episode of ‘Twin Peaks. ‘

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The Rare Vampire Film of its Era: BLOOD IS THE COLOR OF THE NIGHT

October 17, 2014
BLOOD COLOR NIGHT

Shot in full color, this supernatural soap opera climaxes with more high Catholic pageantry than you’d find at a cathedral on Palm Sunday.

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Filmwax Radio: Slowing It Down with Larry Fessenden

October 16, 2014
THE INKEEPERS

Horror film impresario Larry Fessenden worries audiences have gotten too used to quick cuts and have developed a “go go go” mentality.

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The Art of Documentary: Hubert Sauper

October 15, 2014
WE COME AS FRIENDS

On controversy, colonialism and Sauper’s latest, WE COME AS FRIENDS: ‘Like the king’s jester. It is fine when he talks in court but it is not fine if he goes out to the people and has a microphone.’

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Hong Kong and China: DAYS OF BEING WILD

October 14, 2014
DAYS OF BEING WILD

Anomie, angst and uprising: the Hong Kong protests and early Wong Kar-wai.

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The Nation’s Brain, Anesthetized: PROPAGANDA

October 13, 2014 | One Comment
PROPAGANDA

A feature-length indictment of Western hypocrisies and immorality designed to make North Korean viewers feel quite relieved they aren’t ‘us?’ So it appears. . .

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Herman Cohen’s Lurid Horror with a British Accent

October 12, 2014
HORRORS OF THE BLACK MUSEUM

Revisiting HORRORS OF THE BLACK MUSEUM: A perverse collision of continental class and tawdry pulp material.

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10 Must-Sees at the 50th Chicago International

October 10, 2014
NEXT TO HER

Panning for gold at the Chicago International Film Festival turns up gems.