Review: Columbus

Supercut artist Kogonada's beautifully composed debut
The internet has made it easy for aspiring filmmakers to show their work and — in some cases — launch professional careers. A former film...

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Review: Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk

An exhaustive documentary about the East Bay punk scene
Who needs an encyclopedic, 158-minute history of the punk rock scene that sprung to life in the East Bay opposite San Francisco during the 1980s and...

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Review: Escapes at Zeitgeist Multi-Disclipinary Arts Center

The documentary examines the quixotic life of the Blade Runner writer
It would be reasonable to assume that anyone deserving of a feature-length biographical documentary has accomplished great things, or at least is widely admired.   But...

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Review: Good Time

Robert Pattinson stars in Safdie brothers' gritty New York crime story
There's no escaping the influence of the 1970s on today's popular culture, especially American independent film. It's not hard to see why: The New Hollywood...

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Review: Steven Soderbergh returns with Logan Lucky

After a brief hiatus, the writer-director returns with a near-perfect heist comedy
It seemed a huge loss when writer-director Steven Soderbergh announced his retirement from filmmaking at age 50 in 2013. Soderbergh played a major role in...

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Review: My Journey Through French Cinema

Bertrand Tavernier's impassioned ode to film screens at Chalmette Movies
Today's Hollywood appears to dominate world cinema by exporting American film (and culture) to every corner of the globe, but it's not surprising to learn...

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Review: Detroit

Kathryn Bigelow's latest film takes a hard look at one night in the long hot summer of 1967
There was a time when the boundaries between documentary and narrative film were clearly drawn and widely accepted by filmmakers and audiences. Today, filmmakers of...

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Review: A Ghost Story

Casey Affleck stars in the film screening at The Broad Theater
Why would an A-list director keep a star-studded film secret until it was finished and ready to debut at the Sundance Film Festival? And how...

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Review: Dunkirk is Christopher Nolan's landmark war film

The World War II action thriller balances big-screen spectacle with human drama
"The Dunkirk Spirit" is a phrase known to British citizens of all backgrounds and a source of pride for many. It refers to the ability...

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Review: Endless Poetry

Chilean surrealist filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky’s autobiographical film screens at Zeitgeist
Inspiration comes in unpredictable forms. At 88 years old, legendary surrealist filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky is enjoying a late-career surge unique in the history of film,...

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