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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    A Grassroots Revival?

    A Grassroots Revival?

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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    Opening Night

    Opening Night

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    An Altmanesque Celebration For A Maverick American Director: Robert Altman, 1925 - 2006

    Friends, family members, filmmakers and fans saluted the late Robert Altman during a memorial service in Midtown Manhattan yesterday (Tuesday) on what would have been the maverick director's 82nd birthday (and three months after he died). In scenes reminiscient of Altman's film about life in Hollywo...

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    Is American TV better than American film?

    Is American TV better than American film?

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    World Cinema Web: Can Digital Downloads Offer Viable Avenues for Int'l Films?

    The diversity of this year's Oscar nominees has sparked discussion about an increasing globalization of the American film industry and audience. With its six nominations, "Pan's Labyrinth" recently broke the box-office record for a Spanish-language film in the U.S., while a trio of foreign-tongued a...

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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    Friday Miscellaneousness

    Friday Miscellaneousness

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    How to Watch HOW TO EAT YOUR WATERMELON

    How to Watch HOW TO EAT YOUR WATERMELON

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    REVIEW | Law & Order: Abderrahmane Sissako's "Bamako"

    When Hollywood's response to the myriad crises plaguing the African continent is to churn out well-meaning issue pictures that are little more than low-rent action narratives grafted onto exoticized, strife-ridden African settings (see: "Catch a Fire," "Blood Diamond"), films like "Bamako" become al...

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  • Enzian Theater
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    George Hamilton Says I'm Easy

    George Hamilton Says I'm Easy

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    Paging David Nugent!

    Paging David Nugent!

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