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June 2016

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      Kartemquin Celebrates 50 Years of Vital Documentaries at Anniversary Gala

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      For fans of the masterful documentaries produced by Kartemquin Films over the last half-century, the #KTQ50 Birthday Party on June 24th was a virtual who’s who of nonfiction cinema. Numerous beloved subjects of films such as “Hoop...
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        A Movie is a Vocation: Anne Fontaine on "The Innocents"

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        French director Anne Fontaine is known for her daring portraits of passionate women in films like “Coco Before Chanel” and “Gemma Bovary.” So the setting of her next film, “The Innocents,” may come as a bit of a...
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          Independence Day: Resurgence

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          The aliens are back, and they want … more of the same thing they wanted before, maybe?Not that it matters, really. “Independence Day: Resurgence,” the sequel you probably didn’t want or need to the 1996 smash-hit blockbuster...
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            Thumbnails 6/24/16

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            1."Christine Swanson on 'Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story": The acclaimed filmmaker and Ebertfest guest chats with me at Indie Outlook about her hit TV movie, which airs again this Sunday on TV One.“[Indie Outlook:] ‘The...
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              AFI Docs 2016 Opens with Alex Gibney’s “Zero Days”

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              Turbulent times demand turbulent documentaries. This is reflected in more than a few of the 94 films from 30 countries that are part of the 14th edition of AFI Docs. The largest U.S. film festival devoted to the art of non-fiction cinema kicked off...
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                Swiss Army Man

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                One thing you definitely can't say about "Swiss Army Man" is "Oh, not that again." This film from the writer-director team of Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (who are billed as The Daniels) starts on a deserted island, with a depressed...
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                  Free State of Jones

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                  Gary Ross’ “Free State of Jones” is based on one of the most fascinating true stories of the Civil War. It tells of a rebellion against the Confederacy led by an angry farmer named Newton Knight, whose ragtag army of poor whites...
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                    Wiener-Dog

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                    "You have to break a dog to break their will.""What is a 'will,' exactly, anyway?""It's character. It's the thing that makes you you." If the "will" is the "thing that makes you you," then breaking that will is tyrannical. Maybe a broken will...
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                      Hunt for the Wilderpeople

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                      Taika Waititi’s “Hunt for the Wilderpeople” shouldn’t work. It’s the kind of project that’s difficult to describe without making it sound clichéd and sentimental. It’s another coming-of-age tale, this...
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                        Three

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                        Critics often talk about ballet when discussing the films of action filmmaker Johnnie To. It's an interesting comparison given how precisely choreographed To's chase scenes and gunfights often are. But "Three," To's hybrid cop/medical...