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    Some Movies Just Got It Like That

    Some Movies Just Got It Like That

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    The "Grace is Gone" Cinematography Debate (Cont'd)

    The "Grace is Gone" Cinematography Debate (Cont'd)

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    Lights in the Dark

    Lights in the Dark

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    ROTTERDAM '07 | Fest Names Four Tiger Award Winners

    Four titles received accolades at the 2007 International Film Festival Rotterdam Friday evening in The Netherlands. Traditionally, three films take the festival's VPRO Tiger Awards, however four were named in this year's 36th edition, including Malaysian filmmaker Tan Chui Mui's "Love Conquers All,"...

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    My First Embedded Video On This Site--And It's A Good One!

    My First Embedded Video On This Site--And It's A Good One!

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    An Unreasonable Man

    An Unreasonable Man

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    Sneak Preview- ZOO

    Sneak Preview- ZOO

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    REVIEW | More Tales of the City: Maria Maggenti's "Puccini for Beginners"

    Allegra (Elizabeth Reaser) is a thirtyish lesbian author living the sanitary, Whole Foods la vie de boheme of sitcomized contemporary Manhattan. Having just been dropped by a long-term girlfriend over commitment issues, she doubly rebounds - into both sweet, pie-faced Grace (Gretchen Mol) and of all...

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    PARK CITY '07 REVIEW | Black vs. White: "Banished" Opens Up Thorny Reparations Debate

    With Iraq documentaries all the rage, it's refreshing to come across an old-fashioned nonfiction piece that sets its lacerating sights not "over there," but right here at home, in the heartland and neighborhoods of America. In another revealing account of racial injustice in the U.S. of A., director...

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    Massive Night

    Massive Night

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