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      Memory House by Brazilian Director Joao Paulo Miranda Maria Wins the Roger Ebert Award at the 56th...

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      The Roger Ebert Award, which is presented annually at the Chicago International Film Festival to an emerging filmmaker whose work represents a fresh and uncompromising vision, was received this year by "Memory House," a highlight of the 2020...
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        Synchronic

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        Among the best compliments that can be paid to the filmmaking team of Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead is to say that their movies are more interesting when you know nothing about them. Leading with that statement raises the question of why...
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          High Powered: Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson on Synchronic

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          There’s such a thing as a really bad trip and then there’s the frightening, mind-bending experience from a drug named Synchronic, which sends its user to an unknown point in time for seven minutes. Results vary. In the latest film from...
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            The Queen's Gambit

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            When you read the words “Netflix limited drama series about addiction, obsession, trauma, and chess,” the first adjective which springs to mind is probably not “thrilling.” But here we are, and “The Queen’s...
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              Bad Hair

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              The best thing I can say about Justin Simien’s Black hairstyle horror satire “Bad Hair” is that it made me want to put a killer weave on my head. I would look like Thulsa Doom from 1982’s “Conan the Barbarian,”...
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                After We Collided

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                “After,” the adaptation of the first book in Anna Todd’s series of novels chronicling the ups-and-downs of a passionate romance between an innocent young woman and the smooth-chested bad boy who unexpectedly swept her off her feet...
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                  The Place of No Words

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                  “Reality: What does it mean?” Curtis Mayfield asked in one of his most provocative songs. (Okay, it was just “Freddie’s Dead,” great tune but not THAT provocative.) The answer to the question is up for grabs every day....
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                    Coming Home Again

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                    A knife slices through a short rib in the opening frames of “Coming Home Again,” a subdued gut-punch from director Wayne Wang (“The Joy Luck Club”) that adapts a personal essay by Korean-American author Chang-rae Lee....
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                      Radium Girls

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                      With the good intentions of a Steven Soderbergh anti-capitalist thriller but the tepid execution of a mid-season-replacement CW teen drama, “Radium Girls” shines a light on a rarely discussed chapter of America’s labor history....
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                        Highlights from Ebert Symposium on Future of Movie Industry

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                        Here are ten video highlights from the first virtual event of this year's Ebert Symposium Series, which can be viewed in full here. Titled "The Film Industry in a Time of Change," the panel was broadcast on Thursday, October 8th, and was moderated...