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December 2013

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      Woman Power!

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      This week we are tackling the age old question, how are women different than men? Sometimes when I read certain movie reviews I know instinctively that a female critic could have brought something different to the party, a morsel of thought untapped...
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        Lovers, Mothers, Sisters, Freedom Fighters, Friends: Five Memories from My Year of Watching Women

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        When it's a dry year for depictions of women in mass culture, I tend to savor the simple appearance of the female form on screen, hoping the woman in question won't be revealed backside-first, and praying that she's been granted a sharp line or two....
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          "Elementary" and the Holmes Tradition

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          The new wave of stand-alone episodic TV disproves the notion that long-arc, cable-style storytelling equals excellence. Stand-alones are, in their resemblance to short stories, more nimble, more likely to rip to the gristle quicker—and the...
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            "Six by Sondheim" Keeps Up HBO's Track Record for Great Documentaries

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            "Six By Sondheim" runs a tight, efficient 87 minutes. Mixing interview footage with performances of the titular number of songs, "Six by Sondheim" is a love letter to the greatest living American composer, Stephen Sondheim. This is the man who gave...
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              Writer and Producer Paula Kweskin discusses the documentary "Honor Diaries"

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              Thanks to recent incidents like the Arab Spring uprising and the story of Malala Yousafzai, the young Pakistani girl who became an international icon for women's rights after being shot in the head and nearly killed by Taliban members for committing...
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                Thumbnails 12/6/2013

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                1.Nelson Mandela died yesterday, and the world stopped to honor his legacy of bright, clear courage. For The New York Times, Bill Keller writes "Nelson Mandela, Who Led South Africa’s Liberation, Dies at 95."  Also at The New...
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                  Nelson Mandela, 1918–2013

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                  I join the world in mourning the death of President Nelson Mandela, and send out prayers to his family and the rest of South Africa in this time of profound grief. He was an example of courage in his fight for racial equality under the old apartheid...
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                    Inside Llewyn Davis

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                    We cannot imagine Llewyn Davis happy. The self-defeating Sisyphus of the new film written, directed, and edited by Joel and Ethan Coen is the first person the viewer lays eyes on in the movie. Bearded, his unkempt hair falling in his eyes, he picks...
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                      S#x Acts

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                      When we first see high schooler Gili (Sivan Levy) in Israeli director Johnathan Gurfinkel's debut feature "S#x Acts," she is a vibrant, impish girl with big soulful eyes and a people-pleaser manner. The camera loves Levy, who could be Marion...
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                        Crave

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                        You know how, in the aftermath of a killing spree, neighbors often come forth and tell members of the media that the presumed perpetrator was just an average Joe who didn't bother anyone and never caused any trouble? "Crave," a creepy and...