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    GIRLS RECAP 1: PILOT: ONE FINAL PUSH

    Short verzh: yeah, it's niche and occasionally obnoxious. It's also super-watchable and good (in that "extractions portion of a facial" way at times, but still). Give it a chance. 


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    GAME OF THRONES RECAP 3: WHAT IS DEAD MAY NEVER DIE

    Back when "Game Of Thrones" debuted a year ago, one of the stranger criticisms was that it was made about men, for men.

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    Andrew Neel on 'Alice Neel' (Watch It Now FREE!)

    In his documentary, "Alice Neel" - available in its entirety at the bottom of this page courtesy of SnagFilms - filmmaker Andrew Neel chronicles the life of artist Alice Neel.

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    Patrick Biesemans on 'The Southern Belle' (Watch It Now FREE!)

    In his film, "The Southern Belle" - available in its entirety at the bottom of this page courtesy of SnagFilms - filmmaker Patrick Biesemans depicts what happens when "two very volatile personalities" are stuck together in a small space.

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    VIDEO - Motion Studies #21: Outer Space

    Cannibalizing Sidney J Furie's 1982 Barbara Hershey horror film The Entity, the screen literally explodes with a tumult of Hershey faces, too arresting to ignore, and considerably more terrifying than the original material.

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    "The Pruitt-Igoe Myth" Available On DVD May 15

    Director Chad Freidrichs' searing documenatry The Pruitt-Igoe Myth: An Urban History, which chronicles the rise and tragic fall of the notorious Pruitt-Igoe housing project in St. Louis, arrives on DVD on May 15th from First Run Features.

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    Watch: Trailer for Ice-T's Directorial Debut, 'Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap'

    Hip-hop fans, get excited. This summer marks the theatrical release of Ice-T's first foray into directing, "Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap. Appropriately it's a documentary about what Ice-T knows best. The trailer recently premiered ahead of its June 8 release, and it does a goo...

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    There is Hope for the Future: Tavi Gevinson's TedxTeen Talk

    Tavi embraces feminism and is way smarter than most people about pop culture at the rip old age of 15. Her advice- just be Stevie Nicks. Check out her magazine - Rookie for teen girls.

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    VIDEO ESSAY: Ceylan's Faces - A Portrait Gallery of Three Films

    With a camera that brings us beyond the surface and into soul, Nuri Bilge Ceylan may be one of the greatest directors of faces in movie history. A video essay/portrait gallery of three Ceylan films makes the case.

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    VIDEO - Motion Studies #19 and #20: "Telephones" and "Home Stories"

    Two video artworks from the 1990s lay the blueprint for the online supercut video as we now know it.

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