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  • Enzian Theater
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    Three's a Charm?

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    Goodbye Ousmane

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    Romania's Cinematic Revolution: Struggling Against the Past

    The Romanian Revolution of 1989 ended decades of oppressive rule by Communist despot Nicolae Ceausescu, but it took another dozen years before Romanian filmmakers finally found their voice and vision. As anyone knows who follows the state of world cinema, the Romanians represent the newest national...

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    REVIEW | Aftermath: Olivier Meyrou's "Beyond Hatred"

    The straightforward, very American, talking-head "expose" approach to documentary, cribbed from television shows like "Dateline NBC" and "20/20," has become the norm - and, in exploitative dreck like "Capturing the Friedmans" and "Crazy Love," efficiently transformed real human lives into sound bite...

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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  • "Lincoln Blogs" by Michael Lerman
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    Angelika's Big Week

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    The Sopranos: Good Times

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    NY NY | Sundance at BAM, Flashing back to "Monterey," Italy and Horror

    Park City magic returned to Brooklyn's BAM with Sundance highlights, while in Manhattan, '60s music magic returned to the big screen at the IFC Center. Uptown, a groups of the most important directors working today gathered in two very different series at Lincoln Center and the Museum of the Moving ...

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    Knock Knock

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