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‘How nice it is not to be alone.’

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The biggest surprise cinema held for me in 2021 came at the Telluride Film Festival with the U.S. premiere of The Power of...

The way to dusty death

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Style is half the picture. Story is the other half. William Shakespeare’s 17th-century play, The Tragedie of Macbeth, might be one of the...

The geek shall inherit the Earth

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Geeks are not found; they are made. This is the lesson Stanton Carlisle (Bradley Cooper), a drifter in 1940s America, learns first...

K for Kane

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For many, it’s the greatest of all time. But when it was released 80 years ago, Citizen Kane was a death sentence. The movie’s...

A nation of two and L.A. on my mind

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Nothing else matters when you’re in love. People come and go, jobs come and go, the world turns, but none of that...

Twentieth-century mogul

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For 50 years, Scott Eyman’s been collecting string. The author of over a dozen books on Hollywood history has a deep collection...

‘The human at the center of it’

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“I don’t think we see the human at the center of it,” Jamie Boyle says, “what their life looks like now, how...

Beyond Eurocentric and Hollywood cinema

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“What I’m trying to do is theorize a way to create a brand new Black cinema,” Skinner Myers says. “Like a new...

Your vice is a locked room and only I have the...

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Eloise (Thomasin McKenzie) lives for the 1960s. The clothes she wears, the music she listens to, even the movie posters on her...

A live-action Looney Tunes cartoon

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Wes Anderson’s cinematic style did not appear fully formed. It took a few movies over five years before Anderson locked in on...

The 44th Denver Film Festival returns with in-person and at home...

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What does home mean to you? That’s the question Flee director Jonas Poher Rasmussen poses to Amin Nawabi, an Afghan refugee...

Scenes from a marriage

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Out in the hinterlands of Iceland, a married couple is grieving. Some time ago, they lost a child. It has created a...