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Latest Red Band Trailer: Sean Baker’s TANGERINE

By at May 2, 2015 | 10:58 am | 0 Comment

Latest Red Band Trailer: Sean Baker’s TANGERINE

Just in from Magnolia Pictures: The latest trailer for Tangerine, director Sean Baker's gleaming, in-your-face, L.A. street story. This one's red band, so clear the kids out of the room. Sean Baker previously wrote and directed Starlet, and Tangerine nabbed him a "Director to Watch" recognition at this year's Palm Springs International Film Festival. Tangerine more...

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19 Movies to Watch: The 2015 Independent Film Festival Boston Preview

By at April 20, 2015 | 11:20 pm | 3 Comments

19 Movies to Watch: The 2015 Independent Film Festival Boston Preview

If you want quick proof that the Independent Film Festival Boston knows how to pick a perennially solid slate, just check your history. Over just the past few festivals, the IFFB has screened Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, The Imposter, The Queen of Versailles, The Spectacular Now, Submarine, and two of my personal indie favorites of the past decade, Littlerock and Bellflower. more...

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2014 “See This” Selection: WE ARE THE BEST! Film Review

By at December 7, 2014 | 11:02 am | 0 Comment

2014 “See This” Selection: WE ARE THE BEST! Film Review

4.5 / 5 stars If one of the goals of making a year-end list is to introduce lesser-seen films to others who might love them, there should be a rule for writers and critics as they compile their favorites: Each person is responsible for spreading the word about that one movie that really lit them on fire during the year, a movie they want to scream about from the more...

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Video: The Unstoppable Legacy of Stanley Kubrick

By at October 26, 2014 | 9:54 am | 0 Comment

Video: The Unstoppable Legacy of Stanley Kubrick

The number of film directors whose work not only transcends their lifetime, but also becomes enmeshed in the cultural fabric, is small. Like count-'em-on-one-hand small. Alfred Hitchcock, of course. And a good deal of Steven Spielberg's work will certainly be referenced and remembered by the general public long after he's gone. But the films of Stanley Kubrick seem to more...

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