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Transformation Tuesday: Sophie Hyde

Sophie Hyde on her 52 TUESDAYS project: ‘I don’t think I’d ever make another film every Tuesday but I certainly love the playfulness of the form.’

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Afternoons with Dad: 52 TUESDAYS

March 27, 2015
52 TUESDAYS

Sophie Hyde has created a film that recognizes, right down to its very bones, that gender transition is both a gradual and a monumental process.

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Fact, Fiction and THE KIDNAPPING OF MICHEL HOUELLEBECQ

March 26, 2015
KIDNAPPING OF MICHEL HOULLEBEQC

Guillaume Nicloux: ‘What I wanted to do here is show that Michel is not a provocateur. On the other hand, he’s someone who speaks his mind.’

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Luchino Visconti’s Activist Cinema

March 25, 2015
BELLISIMA

The early cinema of Visconti reveals the bold brilliance of this odd man out—a wealthy Marxist and upper-class aesthete nestled within the group of partisan rebels who defined the Italian neorealist movement.

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Touches of Evil

March 24, 2015
I MARRIED A WITCH

The strange pleasures of I MARRIED A WITCH and THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER.

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Are Matt Cimber’s Burning Embers Still Hot?

March 23, 2015 | 2 Comments
HUNDRA

What could possibly connect the dots between early seventies softcore sexploitation, mid-seventies blaxploitation and late-seventies giallo horror?

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Treasure Hunting with the Zellners

March 22, 2015
KUMIKO THE TREASURE HUNTER

‘Inspiration is everywhere. You just have to keep your eyes and your mind open.’

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The Next Battlefield: GANGS OF WASSEYPUR, Part Two

March 21, 2015
GANGS WASSEYPUR

The groundbreaking epic’s second section appreciates—and explodes—Bollywood cinema itself.

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Once Upon a Time in Bihar: GANGS OF WASSEYPUR, Part One

March 20, 2015
GANGS WASSEYPUR

Come for the revenge, stay for the tangents. GANGS OF WASSEYPUR mixes Sergio Leone, Tarantino touches into volatile epic.

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A Group Portrait of the 16th Century

March 19, 2015
JUBILEE

Taking a cinematic travelogue through a century’s broad social realignments.

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New Day Rising: New Directors/New Films

March 18, 2015
FORT BUCHANAN

With a 2015 lineup as strong as any they’ve assembled in recent memory.

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Seven Favorites from True/False 2015

March 17, 2015
LOOK OF SILENCE

Four film critics share highlights from one of the world’s most exceptionally curated and uniquely enjoyable film events, the nonfiction True/False Film Festival.

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Abrasive, Grating, Rewarding: That’s ENTERTAINMENT?

March 16, 2015

Comedy, deconstructed: Rick Alverson’s ENTERTAINMENT, now at SXSW, follows THE COMEDY in breaking down the laugh track.