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2014/09/23 00:17
2014/09/23 00:17
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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...
2014/09/23 00:17
2014/09/23 00:17
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2014/09/22 11:46
2014/09/22 11:46
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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....
2014/09/21 12:12
2014/09/21 12:12
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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...
2014/09/21 08:02
2014/09/21 08:02
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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...
2014/09/21 05:50
2014/09/21 05:50
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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,...
2014/09/19 20:15
2014/09/19 20:15
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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...
2014/09/18 14:33
2014/09/18 14:33
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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...
2014/09/17 13:20
2014/09/17 13:20
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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...
2014/09/15 20:15
2014/09/15 20:15
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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....
2014/09/15 19:29
2014/09/15 19:29
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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...
2014/09/15 17:33
2014/09/15 17:33
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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 Roger Ebert. Critically acclaimed...
2014/09/11 21:24
2014/09/11 21:24
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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...
2014/09/11 15:48
2014/09/11 15:48
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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...
2014/09/11 13:57
2014/09/11 13:57
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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...
2014/09/10 17:51
2014/09/10 17:51
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In “Life Itself,” the documentary about late Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert, one of his peers brags that the Pulitzer Prize-winner could crank out a well-thoughtout review in half an hour....
2014/09/09 17:46
2014/09/09 17:46
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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...
2014/09/08 23:48
2014/09/08 23:48
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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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2014/09/08 19:26
2014/09/08 19:26
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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...
2014/09/07 20:42
2014/09/07 20:42
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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...
2014/09/06 12:28
2014/09/06 12:28
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... -- 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...
2014/09/23 00:17
2014/09/23 00:17
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