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Lyda Kuth and the Ripple Effect

On the making of LOVE AND OTHER ANXIETIES: ‘As it turns out, I can withstand the camera.’

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FITZCARRALDO: Uphill Battles

April 15, 2014 | One Comment
FITZCARRALDO

‘The press wanted to know: What exactly is Herzog doing in the South American jungle?’

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Eden, Interrupted: THE GALAPAGOS AFFAIR

April 14, 2014

Dayna Goldfine and Daniel Geller talk unreliable narrators and self-made mythologies in THE GALAPAGOS AFFAIR: SATAN COMES TO EDEN.

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A Blistering Light at Crossroads Film Festival

April 12, 2014
THE SEA SEEKS ITS OWN LEVEL

‘It’s a beautiful thing to get your face blown off, aesthetically speaking:’ On seeing something new, confusing and resolutely alive at Crossroads 5.

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Tilda Swinton, Timeless

April 11, 2014
ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE

Jim Jarmusch’s ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE finds only vampires left to love.

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Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Daring ‘Art of the Real’

April 11, 2014
BLOODY BEANS

Notions of ‘true’ and ‘false’ fall away as fiction and nonfiction filmmakers wrestle with reality.

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Ebert and Herzog

April 10, 2014 | 2 Comments

Reflecting on Roger Ebert through his own words on one of cinema’s greatest.

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Re-staging History: Werner Herzog’s AGUIRRE, THE WRATH OF GOD

April 10, 2014
AGUIRRE THE WRATH OF GOD

On ‘performing a great historical failure:’ A look back at a 1973 interview with Werner Herzog on AGUIRRE, THE WRATH OF GOD.

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Peter Liechti, Painful Memories

April 9, 2014
FATHERS GARDEN

Liechti speaks on a final film that tackles love, faith and mortality with the openness, maturity and emotional wisdom characteristic of both true artists and extraordinary people.

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Wonder, Worry and WATERMARK

April 8, 2014
WATERMARK

Burtynski and Baichwal, whose MANUFACTURED LANDSCAPES stunned viewers, return with more expansive and alarming views of environmental crisis in WATERMARK.

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Another Stop at CAIRO STATION

April 7, 2014

Youssef Chahine’s scathing look at societal breakdown in Egypt feels more prescient than ever.

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Fribourg International and Cinematic Rebellion

April 6, 2014
DOWNPOUR

From charming to unnerving cinema, through true sadness and into genuine shock, I can honestly say that while the city is sleepy, Fribourg Film Festival is anything but.

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NOAH and Other Troubled Waters

April 6, 2014
NOAH

A primer on box office and blasphemies.