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San Antonio Express-News
Haskell professor wins Emmy for Tulsa documentarysome positive and some negative," Love said. "It all grew out of a short promot
Haskell professor wins Emmy for Tulsa documentary
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 5 days ago
some positive and some negative," Love said. "It all grew out of a short promotional film we made for the Tulsa Historical Society. We had to cut so much material, we thought it would be nice if we could make a longer documentary." The historical... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
New movie 'Don't Breathe' finds its scares in a Detroit settingusing a location to evoke poverty and menace slide into the equivalent of cinem
New movie 'Don't Breathe' finds its scares in a Detroit setting
Detroit Free Press / Posted 5 days ago
using a location to evoke poverty and menace slide into the equivalent of cinematic ruin porn? It's a question that local filmmakers have been thinking about for a long time. "It's frustrating to learn that ('Don't Breathe' is set in Detroit),... Read more
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Variety
San Sebastian: Escalante’s ‘Untamed,’ Murray’s ‘Blind Christ,’ Arango’s ‘X Quinientos’ at Horizontes Latinosagain, as in San Sebastian’s Competition lineup, throws the fest focus solidly
San Sebastian: Escalante’s ‘Untamed,’ Murray’s ‘Blind Christ,’ Arango’s ‘X Quinientos’ at Horizontes Latinos
Variety / Posted 11 days ago
again, as in San Sebastian’s Competition lineup, throws the fest focus solidly on a new generation of a new generation of filmmakers. Of Horizontes Latinos’ 13 entries, nine are first or second features, all by directors who released their... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
How my media diet is killing melevel, it's a cultural hurricane: There are simply not enough hours in a day to
How my media diet is killing me
Chicago Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
level, it's a cultural hurricane: There are simply not enough hours in a day to keep up with a fraction of what filmmakers, authors, musicians, TV producers and video game designers have churned out in the past 12 months alone. In the... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Magnetic Memoir: A Love Letter To The VHSat. Amongst other things, I took over the distribution of short films that had
Magnetic Memoir: A Love Letter To The VHS
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 14 days ago
at. Amongst other things, I took over the distribution of short films that had generated a buzz beyond academic doors. The filmmakers started to share with me that they felt the films they once made went into the film school vault and died. I... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
ShortList 2016: Teenage Boy Believes Masturbation Makes Him a ‘Killer’in TheWrap’s ShortList Film Festival 2016, is a 20-minute look at a boy who bel
ShortList 2016: Teenage Boy Believes Masturbation Makes Him a ‘Killer’
Houston Chronicle / Posted 21 days ago
in TheWrap’s ShortList Film Festival 2016, is a 20-minute look at a boy who believes his self-pleasuring is also a deadly weapon. But it’s also about growing up in a society where most teens get their sex advice from each other. “The... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
ShortList 2016: Teenage Boy Believes Masturbation Makes Him a ‘Killer’in TheWrap’s ShortList Film Festival 2016, is a 20-minute look at a boy who bel
ShortList 2016: Teenage Boy Believes Masturbation Makes Him a ‘Killer’
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 21 days ago
in TheWrap’s ShortList Film Festival 2016, is a 20-minute look at a boy who believes his self-pleasuring is also a deadly weapon. But it’s also about growing up in a society where most teens get their sex advice from each other. “The... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Deepa Mehta’s film on December 16 Delhi gangrape to be screened in Torontofrom and what might have motivated them. They have been called ‘monsters’ but i
Deepa Mehta’s film on December 16 Delhi gangrape to be screened in Toronto
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 26 days ago
from and what might have motivated them. They have been called ‘monsters’ but is this a simplistic labelling that relieves society and leaders from the responsibility of looking more deeply?” the filmmakers said. The film is an attempt to “imagine... Read more
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DW
How film helped Germany deal with World War II |"grandpa's cinema." But has the genre really died out? Gerhard Bliersbach: Yes
How film helped Germany deal with World War II |
DW / Posted 28 days ago
"grandpa's cinema." But has the genre really died out? Gerhard Bliersbach: Yes, it did live on - on television! The former filmmakers switched workplaces and starting filming for public television broadcasters. In this way, the people originally... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The fight to save baby Nyaneneback to geographical fate — being born in a place where conflict has been going
The fight to save baby Nyanene
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 29 days ago
back to geographical fate — being born in a place where conflict has been going on for five decades, which hasn't allowed society to build up infrastructure to protect life." Mother Nyamuoch holds a cloth over her face as she is told her baby has... Read more
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WA Today
How Kristen Stewart rewrote her own fairytale endinga person who can ever walk to the corner shop without being bothered. Woody All
How Kristen Stewart rewrote her own fairytale ending
WA Today / Posted 1 months ago
a person who can ever walk to the corner shop without being bothered. Woody Allen, who directed her in his new film Cafe Society, jokes in Cannes that he can't stand hearing actors "kvetching about privacy and paparazzi" because nobody should... Read more
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Canberra Times
How Kristen Stewart rewrote her own fairytale endinga person who can ever walk to the corner shop without being bothered. Woody All
How Kristen Stewart rewrote her own fairytale ending
Canberra Times / Posted 1 months ago
a person who can ever walk to the corner shop without being bothered. Woody Allen, who directed her in his new film Cafe Society, jokes in Cannes that he can't stand hearing actors "kvetching about privacy and paparazzi" because nobody should... Read more
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Brisbane Times
How Kristen Stewart rewrote her own fairytale endinga person who can ever walk to the corner shop without being bothered. Woody All
How Kristen Stewart rewrote her own fairytale ending
Brisbane Times / Posted 1 months ago
a person who can ever walk to the corner shop without being bothered. Woody Allen, who directed her in his new film Cafe Society, jokes in Cannes that he can't stand hearing actors "kvetching about privacy and paparazzi" because nobody should... Read more
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The Age
How Kristen Stewart rewrote her own fairytale endinga person who can ever walk to the corner shop without being bothered. Woody All
How Kristen Stewart rewrote her own fairytale ending
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
a person who can ever walk to the corner shop without being bothered. Woody Allen, who directed her in his new film Cafe Society, jokes in Cannes that he can't stand hearing actors "kvetching about privacy and paparazzi" because nobody should... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How Kristen Stewart rewrote her own fairytale endinga person who can ever walk to the corner shop without being bothered. Woody All
How Kristen Stewart rewrote her own fairytale ending
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
a person who can ever walk to the corner shop without being bothered. Woody Allen, who directed her in his new film Cafe Society, jokes in Cannes that he can't stand hearing actors "kvetching about privacy and paparazzi" because nobody should... Read more
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