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May 2016

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      The Ones Below

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      David Farr takes the giddy, heady days of early motherhood—the frustration and isolation, the exhaustion and confusion—and mines them for creepy, paranoid thrills in “The Ones Below.”Farr, a screenwriter (“Hanna,”...
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        Presenting Princess Shaw

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        Depending on who you believe, YouTube is either a hive of copyright-infringement scum and villainy of massive proportions, or it’s a tool of creative ferment, fervency, and fulfillment like no other. I suppose it’s capable of actually...
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          The Idol

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          “The Idol” is based on the true story of Mohammed Assaf, the Palestinian singer who sneaked across borders, produced forged documents and generally defied the odds to win the second season of TV’s “Arab Idol.” The...
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            As I AM: The Life and Time$ of DJ AM

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            "As I AM: The Life and Time$ of DJ AM" plays the same sad song of Bill Evans, the late Prince and countless others: a ballad about talented, influential creators who took their music to another level while dealing with destructive addiction. With a...
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              Jia Zhangke, A Guy from Fenyang

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              Walter Salles’ “Jia Zhangke: A Guy from Fenyang,” a documentary about mainland China’s leading contemporary auteur, gets points for a title that stresses the importance of geographic specificity to its subject. When Zhang...
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                Back to "Roots" with a Multi-Channel Remake of the Television Classic

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                During the bleak, bitterly cold winter of 1977, "Roots" became a phenomenon. First broadcast on ABC during the last week of January of that year, the eight-part miniseries captivated the country. Over half of the United States was turned on to the...
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                  Thumbnails 5/26/16

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                  1."Lindsay MacKay on 'Wet Bum,' 'Clear Blue'": My interview at Indie Outlook with the extraordinary Canadian director, whose feature debut ("Wet Bum") is currently available on Netflix Instant.“‘Wet Bum’ is actually somewhat based...
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                    This Is the Power of Art: Hany Abu-Assad on “The Idol”

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                    The story of Mohammed Assaf, a pop singer from the Gaza Strip, is so improbable and uplifting that you’d swear a Hollywood studio had conceived of it as a sort of Middle Eastern spin on “Slumdog Millionaire.” But Assaf’s tale...
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                      Unlocking the Cage

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                      “Personhood” is the concept at the center of “Unlocking the Cage,” a new work by iconic documentary filmmakers D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus. From a legal perspective, are there cases in which animals can be considered...
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                        Women Overtake the Frat House: How Female Comedians Have Redefined Comedy Central

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                        In 1998, then-Entertainment Weekly TV critic Ken Tucker wrote a piece where he called out Comedy Central for its frat-house boorishness, a network where you could find Bill Maher calling female guests “baby” or “sweetie”...