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Just because something works doesn’t mean it can’t be improved
Get Out quickly became a must-see film for anyone who didn’t want to be left out of the national conversation.
The work speaks for itself
You know that friend you have who turns a blind eye to super important aspects of their life? Like they have an inability to try new things, or see their destructive relationship patterns? America is that friend
A mushroom cloud, a woodsman, and a mutant frog make for 58 showstopping minutes of pure Lynchian bliss
So we had a few hiccups last night but everything is on track for part 2. Carol Nguyen will beContinue Reading
Our heroes look deeper for answers, and a villain shows his cards in a plot-stacked episode
Montreal-based filmmaker uses space, silence, and fire to examine what makes a handful of people into a family, and a house into a home
Lisa Diaz grew up in a remote part of France where her love of film was made sharp on her father’s eclectic VHS collection.
Susan MacWilliam’s work investigates obscure and overlooked histories; the images and narratives of the esoteric, the historic and the peripheral
No one has a name because no words are spoken in the realm of pictures.
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Schedule for screenings March 30, 2018