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October 2021

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      Passing Wins Top Prize at LGBTQ+ NewFest 2021

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      Rebecca Hall’s acclaimed directorial debut, “Passing,” won the U.S. Narrative Feature Jury Award at the 33rd installment of NewFest, New York City's LGBTQ+ film festival. According to the jury's official statement, “The...
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        Last Night in Soho

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        Eloise “Ellie” Turner (Thomasin McKenzie), the wide-eyed protagonist at the heart of director Edgar Wright’s stylish yet thematically inert horror/comedy "Last Night in Soho," has big dreams of becoming a fashion designer. But a...
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          The Films That Could Shake Up the Oscar Race

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          While the traditional fall festival circuits have produced a number of strong contenders for the next Academy Awards, there are more question marks than usual for this time of year. Part of this is due to the pandemic, which forced many high-end...
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            The Souvenir Part II

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            There's a scene in "The Souvenir Part II" when student filmmaker Julie (Honor Swinton-Byrne) tries to explain to her harassed crew what she wants in the scene they are currently filming. There's the irritated cinematographer. There are the two...
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              Attica

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              Stanley Nelson’s documentary “Attica” is a harrowing, infuriating look at racism and the abuse of power by people who see others as inhuman. Its subject is the riot that began at Attica Correctional Facility on September 9, 1971....
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                Colin in Black & White

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                In 2016, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick began kneeling during the U.S. national anthem to protest racial injustice, a small act that sparked one of the biggest sports controversies in history. While Kaepernick’s message has...
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                  Army of Thieves

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                  It’s fascinating that Zack Snyder’s “Army of the Dead” has become an entire franchise overnight. Is this the new way? It’s not impossible for a film to have a sequel green-lit before the first movie is...
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                    Joy Ride

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                    "Joy Ride" is a documentary about two veteran comedians, Bobcat Goldthwait and Dana Gould, who went on tour together in 2019, got in a car crash, and continued the tour. We see them performing together onstage, in long sections that let us...
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                      Snakehead

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                      “You know what it's like to be a mother,” Dai Mah (Jade Wu) tells Sister Tse (Shuya Chang) near the climax of writer/director Evan Jackson Leong’s “Snakehead.” “You see your faults in your children. You just wish...
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                        Antlers

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                        “Antlers” is a film about darkness. Human darkness. Supernatural darkness. Literal, low-lit filmmaking darkness. It is a slimy, icky, violent film that doesn’t always come together but it also undeniably feels like it has emerged...