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Review: Nicholas Brennan’s ‘Los Ultimos Frikis’

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"Nicholas Brennan's film makes a hugely convincing argument for following your dreams at all costs."

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12 Angry Films: Sidney Lumet on Justice #5 – ‘Dog Day Afternoon’

"By creating such a sympathetic, human subject, Lumet deepens the impact of his institutional critique of the justice system; its…

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Photo Essay by Andy Witchger: Kindness at Minneapolis’ 7th Street Entry

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Review: Mike Flanagan’s ‘Doctor Sleep’

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Photographic Memory in Frank Beauvais’ ‘Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream’

"Beauvais does what the essay filmmaker ought do: he appropriates film to his own ends. The combination of words and…

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Review: Noah Baumbach’s ‘Marriage Story’

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The Absent Presence in ‘Klute’

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I Sing for Myself: Renée and Judy on Judy Garland

"Judy the Actress and Judy the Icon may have been one in the same after all."

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Robert Eggers Unlocks ‘The Lighthouse’

"'The Witch' may be the superior film, but 'The Lighthouse' shows Eggers growing by leaps and bounds as a storyteller…

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