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  • Finding Vivian Maier at the Enzian Theater
    Finding Vivian Maier at the Enzian Theater
    Some artists are not recognized in their time, and it's not until their death that they are truly recognized for their work and influence. That was very much the case with photographer Vivian Maier, who while working as a nanny in New York...
  • 5th Annual Lower East Side Film Festival Opening
    Lower East Side Film Fest with Beach Boys’ Mike Love as a judge coming soon
    Beach Boys co-founder Mike Love is looking forward to being one of the judges in the Lower East Side Film Festival when it opens June 11 and runs through June 21.“It’s another aspect of of entertainment than what I’m used to,...
  • Dark Star H.R. Giger
    Movie Review: 'Dark Star: H.R. Giger's World'
    By Kyle OsborneEven if you're not a fan of his dark, enigmatic, some might even say disturbing art, chances are you'd at least recognize the eerie images wrought by Swiss artist H.R. Giger. He won an Oscar for his work on the cult classic...
  • Movie Review: 'Sunshine Superman'
    Movie Review: 'Sunshine Superman'
    By Kyle OsborneWe know from the first frame of the exhilarating, yet haunting documentary, "Sunshine Superman" that Base-jumper Carl Boenish died in a tragic accident. We know that, but the suspense is palpable. How did this pioneer of...
  • The House of Mystery
    Flicker Alley presents: THE HOUSE OF MYSTERY (LA MAISON DU MYSTÈRE)
    Alexandre Volkoff’s cinematic masterpiece, The House of Mystery (La Maison Du Mystère), was filmed over a period of three years and is considered a gem among cineastes.The House of Mystery is in fact a silent French serial, revolving around...
  • Chicagoland scores special baseball-inspired events
    Chicagoland scores special baseball-inspired events
    Baseball season is in full swing with special events, starting with Block Cinema’s Rare Baseball Films program curated by Dave Filipi of the Wexner Center for the Arts Director of Film/Video. Newsreel footage of Babe Ruth, Willie Mays and...
  • Marc Moody
    Interview: Marc Moody on queer cinema, Almost Normal tenth anniversary (2/2)
    (Part one of the interview)You played Brad's set-up date, Timothy. What were your intentions behind that character?A scene I kind of regret or wish I could have re-edited. It is a homophobic response from Brad used as a bridge. But I played it...
  • Marc Moody
    Interview: Marc Moody on queer cinema, Almost Normal tenth anniversary (1/2)
    The 2005 release, Almost Normal, is turning ten this month. Director, writer and actor Marc Moody reflects on the making of the film, his future plans, inspiration, and the growth which was partly enabled by the project.To watch the behind the...
  • Justin Bieber with Jon M. Chu, who directed his Never Say Never video
    Free LA Film Fest screening of The LXD: The Uprising Begins
    The annual LA Film Fest starts June 10, 2015. Individual tickets usually range from $11 to $35, but The LXD: The Uprising Begins is screening for free! Head over to Fig at 7th on Friday, June 12, 2015 at 8 p.m. for this complimentary event. No...
  • Jason Wood
    Actor Jason Woods takes action in ‘San Andreas Quake’
    Just as the new mega-quake movie is about to premiere, film studio/distributor The Asylum brings audiences their latest disaster mockbuster: “San Andreas Quake.”Enter actor Jason Woods, Hollywood’s newest young action star, who...
  • Alamo announces free victory club screening of SXSW film 'Heaven Knows What'
    Alamo announces free victory club screening of SXSW film 'Heaven Knows What'
    Attention Austin based Alamo Drafthouse "Victory" club members, check your emails!Members of the local theater chain's loyalty club should have received an email Tuesday inviting them to a free screening of 2015 South by Southwest ...
  • SIFF 205 Shortsfest program
    SIFF announces 2015 ShortsFest winners
    The Seattle International Film Festival announced today the winners of SIFF’s ShortsFest program. The program, a perennial favorite among moviegoers at SIFF, takes place every year over Memorial Day weekend and features some of the best...
  • Reclaiming Art in the Age of Artifice
    J.F. Martel on 'Reclaiming Art in the Age of Artifice'
    1. What was your prime motivation and inspiration in creating your book, "Reclaiming Art in the Age of Artifice"?The rise of mass media in the twentieth century led to an unprecedented explosion of aesthetic production in the...
  • Almost Normal
    Revisited Queer Cinema: Almost Normal, by Marc Moody (2005)
    Almost Normal, by Marc Moody, who wrote, directed, edited and acted in the film, is turning ten years old.In the first six minutes of the film, one could easily be derailed from watching and finishing this project. Between the inaudible soundtrack...
  • Colin Farrell: Weight gain changes actor, makes him feel different than before
    Colin Farrell: Weight gain for film role truly hits home, 40 pounds through food
    Colin Farrell talked weight gain this week for a new film role, and while the very idea might sound like a dream come true for some avid eaters, putting on 40 pounds was no easy task for the actor. The “True Detective” star says that...
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