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Film Review: An Art That Nature Makes: The Work of Rosamond Purcell
Beautifully made portrait of an artist contains a serious and fatal defect.
Film Review: Hieronymus Bosch: Touched by the Devil
Investigative documentary tries to give clarity to the art and life of Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch but ends up with more questions than answers.
Film Review: For the Plasma
This distinctive if flawed debut feature from co-directors Bingham Bryant and Kyle Molzan concerns an alliance gone awry.
Film Review: Lucha Mexico
Die-hard wrestling fans might enjoy 'Lucha Mexico.' Everyone else should steer clear.
Film Review: 2016 Sundance Film Festival Short Film Tour
A varied but stimulating program of short films, courtesy of the most recent Sundance Film Festival.
Film Review: 'Til Madness Do Us Part
Slow-moving, lengthy yet rarely boring, '’Til Madness Do Us Part' reveals the difficult life for the patients inside a psychiatric institution in Southwest China.
Film Review: Destiny
Restored and revived, 1921’s 'Destiny' perfectly illustrates the glories of Weimar cinema.
Film Review: 11 Minutes
Jerzy Skolimowski’s latest project is at once cleverly experimental and mass-appeal action-oriented, but '11 Minutes' contains a major flaw that keeps it from being a superior work.
Film Review: Notfilm
Outstanding “kino-essay” about one of cinema history’s more oddball collaborations—a 1965 formalist experiment by Samuel Beckett and Buster Keaton.
Film Review: I Don't Belong Anywhere: The Cinema of Chantal Akerman
Impressionistic documentary about Chantal Akerman is best suited for those already familiar with the late, great filmmaker’s work.
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