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November 2015

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      Book Excerpt: "Richard Pryor: American Id" by Jason Bailey

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      Official Synopsis: One of the most powerful yet idiosyncratic voices of American culture, Richard Pryor often remains an enigma despite the strikingly personal quality of his best work. This series of essays attempts tracks the parallels between the...
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        A Most Personal Conversation with a Most Public Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

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        A Note From Chaz Ebert:  On November 6, 2015, basketball Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar spoke about what is was like to convert to Islam while he was an active player with the National Basketball Association. This speech was part of the...
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          AFI Fest 2015: "Bob and the Trees," "Rams"

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          Farming is not an easy life. My mother's family comes from farming background and, in San Diego, water and sudden shifts of the weather are big concerns, but farming is harder still in areas that have a real winter. Two films look at the plight of...
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            "The Homestretch" Ideal Viewing for National Homeless Youth Awareness Month

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            Now that we are well into November, it's a good time to recall why this month plays a crucial role on the annual calendar. It is National Homeless Youth Awareness Month, a period in which we are called to reflect on the young lives struggling to...
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              Thumbnails 11/13/15

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              1."Deborah Kampmeier on 'SPLit'": The director of "Virgin" and "Hounddog" chats with Indie Outlook about her extraordinary new film.“[Indie Outlook:] In a recent interview with Emma Eden Ramos at Luna Luna Mag, you said that a line in...
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                By the Sea

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                When a big-time movie star steps behind the camera, there's often the fear that the end result will be nothing more than a vanity project that would never have been produced if made by anyone else. Therefore, it came as a surprise when Angelina...
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                  Love the Coopers

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                  “Dreck the Halls.” “O Unholy Night.” “Jingle Hell.”These of some of the not very good alternative titles I thought of while resisting the urge to bolt during “Love the Coopers.” The more...
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                    The 33

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                    One of the toughest challenges for a filmmaker is to take a story to which everyone knows the ending (or at least ought to know the ending) and retell it in a way that puts the outcome in doubt again. Steven Spielberg accomplishes this in this...
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                      70 Acres in Chicago: Cabrini Green

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                      Being poor in this country is considered a crime, and it always has been. The perceived sin of poverty is supposedly committed by those who are just too shiftless and lazy to “pull themselves up by their bootstraps” and succeed. Never...
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                        Shelter

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                        There has been a mini-wave of movies about homelessness at year’s end, probably for the same reason that real estate woes and foreclosures (“Love Is Strange,” “99 Homes,” “5 Flights Up,” “My Old...