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December 2015

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      Only Yesterday

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      2014’s U.S. release of Isao Takahata’s amazing animated swan song “The Tale of the Princess Kaguya” was a gift and a miracle in and of itself, but it’s also yielding some dividends. The first great movie of 2016, as far...
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        The RogerEbert.com Interviews of 2015

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        In 2015, we reviewed a huge batch of movies (and chose over 200 titles total in individual top ten lists), but any interview provides an opportunity to take full advantage of a primary reason for why people make art: art, and its ideas, are to be...
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          Book Review: "Maggie Smith: A Biography" by Michael Coveney

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          When theater critic Michael Coveney asked Maggie Smith if he could write her biography, she replied, “Ooh, how absolutely ghastly. How absolutely awful. I can’t think of anything worse.” But the reclusive Smith, one of our greatest...
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            He's No Vader: Why Kylo Ren Works

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            I love bad people—in movies, of course [clears throat]. It’s not because they’re bad. It’s because I love the exercise of exploring the deeply mysterious inner workings of people who do bad things.  Who is this baddie?...
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              Anomalisa

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              There's everything else happening in America cinema, and then there's whatever Charlie Kaufman is up to. Ever since 1999's "Being John Malkovich," he has been on a short list of American screenwriters whose work is so original that he must be...
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                Exploring Things: Charlie Kaufman & Duke Johnson on “Anomalisa”

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                Catching co-directors Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson at the tail-end of a whirlwind festival tour that included premiere screenings at Venice, Telluride, and Toronto, the two writer/directors were still playful and engaged in discussing their...
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                  Once More Into The Breach: Some Overseas Blu-ray Action

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                  “Watching TV is more complicated than ever,” I remember, in the early ‘80s, some pitchman averring on a spot advertising, what else, the magazine TV Guide, then the biggest periodical publication IN THE WORLD. Man, if that guy were...
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                    Indiegogo Campaign: "New Flower"

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                    Beginning in January 2016, filmmakers Mia-Kim T. Dang and Steven Boone will travel to Ethiopia to shoot footage for their upcoming film, an autobiographical black-and-white romance entitled, "New Flower." For Dang, an African-American of...
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                      It's Real: A Few Words with Haskell Wexler

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                      Editor's Note: Haskell Wexler, who died yesterday at age 93, was a great and groundbreaking filmmaker, as well as a social activist; when he wasn't shooting commercials and lavishly funded Hollywood features for other directors, he directed his own...
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                        RogerEbert.com Writers & Filmmakers Remember Haskell Wexler

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                        A note from Chaz Ebert, Publisher: My heart aches that we have lost one of our most legendary filmmakers, the Oscar-winning cinematographer and documentarian Haskell Wexler. My heart goes out to his wife, actress Rita Taggart; his children, Mark...