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THE BOOK OF CLARENCE Review: New-School Biblical Epic Undermined By Tonal Imbalance
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Old-school Biblical epics have long been relics of the past, particularly a conservative, homogenous (i.e., white), Christian-oriented culture, reflecting values, attitudes, and an ideology considered universal more than half a century ago. For writer-director-musician Jeymes Samuel (The Harder They Fall),...
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Interview: Selman Nacar – Hesitation Wound
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Every few years, a notable new Turkish filmmaker emerges, and in this instance, we find Selman Nacar floating to the top of major film fests. Front-loaded with moral and legal quandaries, Hesitation Wound (Tereddüt Çizgisi) blurs the lines, seamlessly intertwining...
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The Criterion Channel’s February Lineup Includes Gothic Noir, Hong Kong, Jonathan Glazer, Youth Without Youth & More
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February––particularly its third week––is all about romance. Accordingly the Criterion Channel got creative with their monthly programming and, in a few weeks, will debut Interdimensional Romance, a series of films wherein “passion conquers time and space, age and memory, and...
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THE ZONE OF INTEREST
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(Check out Sammy Levine’s movie review for The Zone of Interest, in theaters now via A24. Seen it? Join the conversation with HtN on our Letterboxd Page.) There are very few filmmakers whose work I will trek across town in the pouring...
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New Updates on Next Films by Wes Anderson, Jonathan Glazer, Ira Sachs, Jordan Peele, S. Craig Zahler, Danny Boyle & More
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On the heels of a certain Paper of Record’s basically inscrutable insistence that January is actually a good month, it is perhaps tempting to double-down on despair through such a gray (and increasingly soaked) period. Take some small hearth of...
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The Film Stage Show Ep. 525 – Poor Things (with Hannah Strong)
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Welcome to a new episode of The Film Stage Show! On a new episode, Brian Roan and Robyn Bahr are joined by special guest Hannah Strong to discuss Yorgos Lanthimos’ Poor Things, now in theaters. Enter our giveaways, get access...
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SELF RELIANCE Review: Jake Johnson’s Directorial Debut, A Feast of Wonderful Absurdity
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Jake Johnson, Anna Kendrick, Natalie Morales, and Andy Samberg star in the comedy thriller, directed by Jake Johnson, premiering exclusively on Hulu. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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CRIMINAL RECORD Review: Murder, Police, Justice, Doubts
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Peter Capaldi and Cush Jumbo do battle in the gripping, moody series, now streaming on Apple TV+. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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SXSW 2024 LINEUP: New Films From Crystal Moselle, Pamela Adlon, & Roshan Sethi Coming to Austin
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The SXSW Film Festival has just announced the lineup for its competition and spotlight titles for its 2024 edition, which will be held in Austin from March 8 – 16. The screening sections include Headliner; Narrative Feature Competition; Documentary Feature...
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The Settlers Director Felipe Gálvez: “The Western is a Propaganda Genre”
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A film over a decade in the making, Felipe Gálvez’s directorial debut The Settlers takes a formally thrilling look at the brutal genocide of the now-extinct Selk’nam people, who were native to the Patagonian region of southern Argentina and Chile....
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