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Werner Herzog, Collected

Celebrating sixteen incredible titles with twenty-two expansive articles.

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The Cinematic Legacy of World War I

July 28, 2014
JACCUSE

The doomed, the defeated and other antiwar heroes.

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Bordello Bait and Switch

July 27, 2014

Our pleasure and guilt live together, animating our impotent little position in so many rundown theater seats.

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Touring the Jerusalem Film Festival

July 26, 2014
DANCING ARABS

Film experiences can’t quite match the drama of visiting the holy sites of three major world religions.

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Rewind: The Assassinated Light of Hugues de Montalembert and Gary Tarn

July 25, 2014
BLACK SUN

Gary Tarn and Hugues de Montalembert on how remarkable audio brings ‘vision’ into focus.

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Filmwax Radio: Joe Swanberg’s Transition

July 25, 2014
THE ZONE

HAPPY CHRISTMAS in July? Joe Swanberg talks new perspectives.

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Sex in Cinema: Surprises from the Archives

July 24, 2014

Notes on a century of sin, seduction and censorship.

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Movies During Wartime: San Francisco Jewish Film Festival

July 24, 2014
ZERO MOTIVATION

The annual collision of identity, history, art and geopolitics is further complicated by the war in Gaza.

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Gestures: EROTIKON

July 23, 2014

On doorknobs, doorways, thresholds and epiphanies: Mauritz Stiller’s EROTIKON.

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Bechdel-sploitation: Erotic Films that Pass the Test

July 22, 2014
CLIP

With women’s newfound control over sexual expression, the question of what a truly progressive feminism ‘looks like’ remains open for debate.

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Herzog’s Big Dare: EVEN DWARFS STARTED SMALL

July 22, 2014 | One Comment

A little ditty about defiance and futility.

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Radley Metzger and the ‘Arty’ Adult Film

July 21, 2014
THE LICKERISH QUARTET

Traveling back to the heydays of 1960s softcore and 1970s hardcore ‘sinema’ with Radley Metzger’s singular sex-film creations.

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The Many Voices of Roger Ebert and LIFE ITSELF

July 20, 2014
LIFE ITSELF

LIFE ITSELF isn’t merely the story of a famous film critic, but a testimony to how a voice manifests itself among the people in one’s life.