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[INT: Elster's Office (DAY)]

Gabriel Blackwell

03.30.15

Gabriel Blackwell’s essay takes a close and tangential look at the scene [INT: Elster's Office (DAY)] from Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo.

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We Are Not Here: An Interview with Aaron Mirkin

Lonely Christopher

03.24.15

Filmmaker Aaron Mirkin and author Lonely Christopher discuss their process of collaboration translating short story into short film.

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Existentialism at Fifteen Baby-And-Me Movies

Sara Finnerty

03.09.15

Sara Finnerty on watching movies last year with her new baby, and the associated sadness/lonliness/bliss of the first few months of motherhood.

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Oscar Party 2015: White Year

Kevin Killian

02.23.15

At his annual Oscar party Kevin Killian laments the lack of nominees of color while roasting the sure fire white winners playing numerous afflictions.

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The Master At Play

Jake Valento

02.09.15

Jake Valento looks closely at Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice and finds a film that’s more than the sum of its shaggy-dog pot-smoked parts.

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Masahiro Shinoda and his film Under the Blossoming Cherry Trees (1975)

Daniel Beauregard

02.04.15

Daniel Beauregard on one of the most stunning films by Japanese New Wave icon Masahiro Shinoda.

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God is an American: Bros and Cultural Imperialism in The Interview

Eric Nelson

12.31.14

Eric Nelson takes a look at what is unspoken and what is lacking in The Interview.

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Double Bill

Brian Warfield

12.23.14

Brian Warfield looks into the mirror of the mirror of the mirror of Bill Murray in The Razor’s Edge and Groundhog Day.

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Migrating Forms Festival

Micah Gottlieb

12.16.14

Micah Gottlieb provides an inside look at the Migrating Forms Festival, taking place December 10-18 in NYC, including new films by Gina Telaroli and Stanya Kahn.

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Three Little Devils: A Discussion of Harmony Korine’s Trash Humpers

Daniel Beauregard

12.02.14

American indulgence and destruction may have never had a more appropriate depiction than in Harmony Korine’s VHS-affected feature, Trash Humpers.