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DOC NYC 2016 Short List Films

O.J.: Made in AmericaO.J.: Made in America

DOC NYC has announced its 2016 Short List, which has a track record of successfully predicting other awards, including the Oscars. All of the DOC NYC Short List titles will screen during the festival with the director or other special guests present…  Read more

By Sep 28, 2016

The Indie Memphis Film Festival Unveils Film Slate for 19th Edition

The InvadersThe Invaders

The Indie Memphis Film Festival has announced the full slate of films for the 19th edition of the film festival, which runs from November 1-7. Prichard Smith’s documentary The Invaders will open the festival and Stephen John Ross’s documentary Kallen Esperian: Vissi D’Arte is the…  Read more

By Sep 27, 2016

Five Questions for Miss Stevens Writer/Director Julia Hart

Miss StevensMiss Stevens

We’ve seen our fair share of films about teacher-student relationships, but they tend to fall into either the titillating or inspirational categories. Miss Stevens is neither. It’s a quiet drama which is powerful in its subtlety. The plot itself is understated, but the…  Read more

By Sep 27, 2016

My IFP Film Week Experience Part 3: The Dust Settles

No Borders meetings at IFP Film Week (photo: James Autery)No Borders meetings at IFP Film Week (photo: James Autery)

By the sound of it, “languish, from the Latin “languere,” meaning loose or lax, is sexy. It’s old-timey yet coolly sexy: Monica Vitti staring down giant waves in an Antonioni film. Except when used to describe a feature or series…  Read more

By Sep 27, 2016


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