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March 2017

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      Video Interview: Jessica Chastain and Niki Caro on "The Zookeeper's Wife"

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      As RogerEbert.com celebrates women this week, the new feature "The Zookeeper's Wife" sets another example of a female-driven Hollywood release in both its storyline and the talent behind and in front of the camera. The film is based on the true...
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        God Knows Where I Am

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        Glowing sunrises and sunsets. Long-deserted apple trees bearing pockmarked fruit. A farmhouse, gently molting its exterior paint. In “God Knows Where I Am,” directors Jedd and Todd Wider employ some stunning, nostalgic-tinged...
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          All This Panic

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          Regardless of how far removed you might be from your teenage years, also known as the agony-filled era of pain when the world is both your oyster and your enemy, you probably remember at least one thing about it: time never seemed to pass fast...
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            Learning to Let Go: The Beauty of the Big Ears Festival

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            I’m sitting in the Knoxville Museum of Art, watching one of eight film projectors display an educational short. It features Jiminy Cricket, cheerfully explaining how our ears work. To do that, he says, we need sound and ears. He touches his...
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              Cézanne et Moi

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              "Cézanne et Moi" is at its most intoxicating whenever it looks and acts like a landscape painted by its title 19th-century French artist, whose evolving post-Impressionist style that was mostly dismissed during his lifetime would forever...
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                Body Magic: The Healing Power of Ritual in "The OA"

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                The final scene of season one of “The OA” culminates in a ritual. While a school shooter holds a cafeteria hostage, the members of Prairie’s misfit crew come together to perform the five movements—a specific repetition of...
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                  The Power of Animals: Niki Caro on "The Zookeeper's Wife"

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                  Niki Caro’s new film, “The Zookeeper’s Wife,” stars Jessica Chastain as Antonina Zabinski. It is the true story of Warsaw zookeepers who saved the lives of Jews during the Holocaust, based on a book by Diane Ackerman. Caro,...
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                    Time and Mortality: "Donnie Darko" Turns 15

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                    Richard Kelly's "Donnie Darko" defies categorization, an apocalypse story that’s also a coming of age tale that’s also a rumination on time, space, and New Wave touchstones. It was a curio when it was released in 2001, and it’s...
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                      The Death of Louis XIV

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                      In "The Death of Louis XIV," writer/director Albert Serra shows us that monumental events can be conveyed through the smallest of details. A series of exquisitely composed images, each one lit like an Old Master painting with the soft glow of...
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                        The Zookeeper's Wife

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                        It's a great—and as yet untold—story: Jan Zabinski and Antonina Zabinska, Polish husband and wife zookeepers, owners of the Warsaw Zoo, opened their zoo to Jewish refugees after the September 1939 German invasion of Poland, and continued...