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    FESTIVAL VIDEO: Rotterdam Sunset Chat with IndieWire Press Play + The House Next Door + Cine Qua Non

    The International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) has been called a cinephile’s festival. This year’s edition (January 25-February 5) is living proof. Indiewire/Press Play editor-in-chief Kevin Lee talks with fellow critics Aaron Cutler (The House Next Door/Cine Qua Non) and Michal Olesz...

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    OSCARS 2012: PRESS PLAY'S staff picks their favorites

    After last week’s announcement of this year’s Oscar nominees, a handful of Press Play contributors gathered together via email to discuss the highs and lows in some of the major award categories. Below are some of the highlights of the conversation, and as always, we encourage you to keep the discu...

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    VIDEO: The Existential Noir of Michelangelo Antonioni

    VIDEO: The Existential Noir of Michelangelo Antonioni

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    VERTIGOED: A Press Play mash up contest

    Press Play's first video mash-up contest, with a prize and everything.

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    TRAILER: Terrence Malick's TREE OF LULZ (Hey, it could have happened. . .)

    Annals of film history are filled with masterpieces that never were. Cineastes spend many a sleepless night thinking of Stanley Kubrick’s unproduced epic on Napoleon’s life. Film historians still search every nook and cranny to possibly locate Orson Welles’ first cut of The Magnificent Ambersons....

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    VIDEO ESSAY: MAGIC AND LIGHT: THE FILMS OF STEVEN SPIELBERG, Chapter 4: Evil and Authority

    The antagonist, in Steven Spielberg’s films, has many faces. It can be government scientists involved in seemingly shady plots. It can be unstoppable behemoths such as the shark in Jaws or the tanker truck in Duel. Warped ideologies, as in Schindler’s List. Or the tangled and self-defeating all...

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    VIDEO ESSAY: Moment of wonder: THE SPIELBERG FACE

    If there is one recurring image that defines the cinema of Steven Spielberg, it is The Spielberg Face. Eyes open, staring in wordless wonder in a moment where time stands still. But above all, a child-like surrender in the act of watching, both theirs and ours. It’s as if their total submission to ...

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    VERTIGOED: STAR WARS: EPISODE I - THE PHANTOM MENACE

    For an Apple mobile-friendly version the video, click here.

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    VERTIGOED: STAR WARS: EPISODE IV - A NEW HOPE

    VERTIGOED: STAR WARS: EPISODE IV - A NEW HOPE

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    VERTIGOED: ROCKY

    VERTIGOED: ROCKY

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