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October 2014

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      "Ramchand Pakistani": An Odyssey of Two Worlds

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      Chronicling actual events, Mehreen Jabbar’s “Ramchand Pakistani” (2008) is a quiet movie about waiting. Will the family get reunited? When we wait, we hold our breath. When we hold our breath, we wonder when we can breathe again....
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        Beauty In The Broken: Filmmaker Bill Morrison’s Visions of Decay Celebrated in New Box Set

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        “Sublime Decay” is the phrase the arts critic and cultural entrepreneur Lawrence Wechsler coined to describe the work of filmmaker Bill Morrison, writing in the New York Times over a decade ago. It’s not an inapt term. While in the...
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          Private Violence

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          In the recent uproar following the release of the video footage showing Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Rice punching his wife Janay in the elevator, a hashtag started trending on Twitter: #WhyIStayed. Beverly Gooden, from North Carolina, did not...
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            CIFF 2014: Awards Led by "The President"

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            In keeping with the largely celebratory nature marking its half-century of existence as North America's longest-running competitive international film festival, the Chicago International Film Festival spread the wealth around during its award...
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              Inaugural Roger Ebert Award Presented to “La Tirisia”

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              “And for me, the movies are like a machine that generates empathy. It lets you understand a little bit more about different hopes, aspirations, dreams and fears. It helps us to identify with the people who are sharing this journey with...
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                Rudderless

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                From Tom Hanks to David Chase, it seems there’s a favorite subject for established media types who turn to feature film directing: guys forming a rock band. The latest to pursue this beguiling if unoriginal path is actor William H. Macy, who...
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                  Thumbnails 10/17/14

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                  1."Desert Eyes: Happy Birthday Udo Kier": A wonderful tribute to the tirelessly intriguing actor from Sunset Gun's Kim Morgan.“Everyone in these dusty little shops know him. Some know he’s an actor, a movie star, some probably...
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                    Birdman

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                    The first time we see Michael Keaton in his tighty-whities in “Birdman,” it’s from behind. His character, a formerly high-flying movie star, is sitting in the lotus position in his dressing room of a historic Broadway theatre, only...
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                      Dear White People

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                      "Dear White People" made me think of an alternate title: "And That's Why They Call It Race." The negro and Caucasian Ivy League University students in Justin Simien's comedy are all competing to be the first and best across various societal finish...
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                        Listen Up Philip

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                        In the interest of full disclosure, I ought to admit that I’ve been acquainted with this film’s writer/director, Alex Ross Perry, for longer than I can actually remember. That is to say, I met Mr. Perry when he worked as a clerk at the...