The Great Flood
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The Great Flood

I want to like what Bill Morrison does. In an age when commercial theaters have…

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Ms. 45
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Ms. 45

Thana (Zoë Lund, then known as Zoë Tamerlis) works as a seamstress in Midtown Manhattan’s…

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Criminally Underrated: One from the Heart
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Criminally Underrated: One from the Heart

Crave
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Crave

The tagline for Charles de Lauzirika’s debut feature Crave is efficient but misleading poster-speak: “He…

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The Christmas Candle
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The Christmas Candle

At the dawn of the age of electricity, an elderly blind man in the picturesque…

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Holy Bible: by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin
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Holy Bible: by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin

Homefront
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Homefront

Sylvester Stallone is apparently not familiar with official procedures for disposal of government records. For…

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Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?
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Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?

“You call your analyst Donnie? I call mine Dr. Chomsky, you know, or he hits…

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Hotel Oracle: by Jason Fulford
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Hotel Oracle: by Jason Fulford

There’s a sequence in Jason Fulford’s excellent new photo book Hotel Oracle that neatly sums…

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Dear Mr. Watterson
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Dear Mr. Watterson

This modest documentary about a comic strip takes at least one major cue from blockbuster…

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