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August 2014

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      Beyond Ferguson: Pop Culture through the Lens of Race

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      For those of us who think about pop culture through the lens of social progress, the events in Ferguson are dispiriting. The growing circle of critics who specialize in placing works of entertainment in political context—such as Alyssa...
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        Yes, "Life Itself" Is Still In Theaters and On VOD Platforms

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        The summer may be drawing to a close, but "LIFE ITSELF," Steve James’ acclaimed documentary about Roger Ebert, is still lighting up cinema screens across the country. Here is an updated list of the various venues where the film can be found....
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          Ebertfest Receives Grant From the HFPA

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          The Hollywood Foreign Press Association honored the Roger Ebert Overlooked Film Festival known as Ebertfest with a grant at their annual banquet dinner presentation on Thursday, August 14th. Chaz Ebert was on hand to accept the grant on behalf of...
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            Thumbnails 8/22/14

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            1.“How journalists like James Foley fall victim to world’s ‘most dangerous conflict’ for reporters”: Powerful commentary from Terrence McCoy of The Washington Post regarding the capture of journalists Foley (who was...
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              Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

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              It's been nine years since the release of "Sin City," a collaboration between Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller, with its dark crime-novel heart, surreal visual style and some chewy performances by a cast game to aim for the cheap seats. The...
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                Are You Here

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                A comedy with no laughs. A drama disconnected from any known reality. It’s tempting to diagnose “Are You Here” with schizophrenic genre disorder. But that just sounds like an excuse to cover up what it really is, an...
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                  When the Game Stands Tall

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                  To fully understand what’s in store in the real-life football parable “When the Game Stands Tall,” it’s probably good to know that star Jim Caviezel’s most noteworthy film role was as Jesus in “The Passion...
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                    If I Stay

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                    She’s only 17, but already Chloë Grace Moretz has cemented her ability to play a wide variety of characters who are both girlish and wise beyond their years, from the “Kick-Ass” movies to “Let Me In,” and even...
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                      The One I Love

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                      The set-up of "The One I Love," Charlie McDowell's directorial debut, starring Mark Duplass and Elizabeth Moss, is filled with tremendous possibilities, all of which are explored throughout the film. The set-up, reminiscent of some of...
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                        The Possession of Michael King

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                        David Jung’s “The Possession of Michael King” starts with a believable performance anchoring an intriguing premise: a skeptic sets out to make a documentary disproving the existence of the devil, and, well, there’s...