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Our Ever-Evolving Language for and Sense of Share...
Benjamin Morgan, professor of aesthetics at the University of Chicago, notes that in 1873, the German philosopher Robert Vischer is the first to use “Einfûhlung” (ein-into; fûhlung-feeling/empathy) in...
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University of Chicago
5 bad movies that are surprisingly good
Everyone has a guilty pleasure when it comes to movies. Maybe it's a soft spot for romantic comedies or nostalgia for old childhood favorites, but for many it's for movies that are just plain bad....
Read more at Deseret News
After An Inconvenient Truth: the evolution of the...
As we have begun to see the effects of climate change more severely, more frequently and closer to home, so too have film-makers been spurred to address the consequences of an irrevocably damaged...
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An Inconvenient Truth
Estate has a private beach – and its own lighthou...
One sign that a blufftop estate for sale in Laguna Beach had a colorful past: The home includes a private lighthouse overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Then there’s the swimming pool, configured not just...
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Mutiny on the Bounty
The Birth of a Nation
Denzel Washington: In between the laughter, there...
A man believes he has put his mysterious past behind him and has dedicated himself to beginning a new, quiet life. But when he meets a young girl under the control of ultra-violent Russian gangsters,...
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Ted Flicker, writer and director who co-created ‘...
Ted Flicker, who co-created the hit TV series “Barney Miller” and directed the cult-favorite political film satire “The President’s Analyst,” died Saturday at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He was...
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Lake Placid Film Forum returns to its roots
The Adirondack Film Society's signature event, the Lake Placid Film Forum, came out of a screening of "The Sweet Hereafter," a film nominated for two Oscars, based on the novel of the same name...
Read more at Lake Placid News
Lincoln Square turns 50
For a brief period — no more than 15 years — Lincoln Square was the place be. "For all of central Illinois and western Indiana, this was the place for shopping, for food, for social gathering. It...
Read more at The Champaign News-Gazette
Metaphorical, lyrical and pure magical!
Some people think of metaphors as nothing more than the sweet stuff of songs and poems. Yes, where romance, that wondrous obsession, is often compared to a jewel, or a rose, sunshine, or a butterfly....
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GRU Cinema Series returns with 'Ida' and 'The Roa...
Georgia Regents University's Cinema Series is returning. Starting with the first showing on September 18, GRU's film department will be having free movie screenings at the Maxwell Performing Arts...
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Bay Film Series announces schedule
On Thursday, Sept. 18, "Life Itself" will show. One of the season's top rated documentaries, this film details the life and work of Pulitzer-prize winning film critic
. Critically acclaimed...
Read more at The Iron Mountain Daily News
Paul Greengrass May Direct Leonardo DiCaprio and ...
The Fox drama focuses on security guard Richard Jewell who was celebrated as a hero and then denigrated as a suspect in the 1996 Olympics bombing in Atlanta, Georgia. DiCaprio is set to play Jewell's...
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Author Russell Banks hosts new film series in Lak...
Banks co-founded the LPFF and also wrote the novel "The Sweet Hereafter," which was later turned into a film of the same name. The book is about a school bus driver in a made-up town somewhere...
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Ventura County Reporter - Picks of the Week - Hap...
A DAY OF REMEMBRANCE AND PREPAREDNESS 6:42 a.m. The Oxnard Fire Department will hold a vigil for the firefighters and lives lost during the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Various locations. For more...
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In “Life Itself,” the documentary about late Chicago Sun-Times film critic
, one of his peers brags that the Pulitzer Prize-winner could crank out a well-thoughtout review in half an hour....
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The Jewish Week
The “mouth that roared” is now silent. Born in Brooklyn in 1933 to Russian immigrant parents, Dr. Meyer and Beatrice Molinsky, Joan Rivers, who died on Sept. 4 at 81 from complications during vocal...
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“I want a straight white male gaming convention”:...
Over the past few weeks, the video game community has erupted into a full-blown culture war. On one side are the gaming journalists and developers, circling the wagons around feminist activist Anita...
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Garfield lived in motel with evicted families to ...
TORONTO - "Spider-Man" star Andrew Garfield says it was "humbling and horrifying and heartwarming" to live in a Florida motel alongside evicted families to prepare for his role in the home-foreclosure...
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Love Or Hate It, 'Forrest Gump' Is Worth Celebrat...
The most high-profile theatrical release this weekend is a movie from 1994. Yes, this weekend sees the 300-screen IMAX-exclusive release of Paramount’s Forrest Gump. Twenty years later, despite $677...
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The Lion King
Leonard Maltin's 'Movie Guide' says goodbye
... -- Leonard Maltin was 18 when the first edition of his "Movie Guide" came out in 1969. Maltin wishes he didn't have to end its run, he said in a phone interview. But the writing is on the...
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