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Richard Jenkins, Debra Winger and Evan Rachel Wood in Kajillionaire (Photo courtesy of Matt Kennedy/Focus Features)

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By Oct 28, 2020

Flipping the Script

Radha Blank in The 40-Year-Old Version (Photo courtesy of Jeong Park/Netflix)

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By Oct 28, 2020

“The Camera Gives Me Permission to Feel the Things I’m Always Pushing Down”: Writer, Director and Actor Cooper Raiff on Shithouse

Shithouse

Shithouse, Cooper Raiff’s profanely-titled first feature, chronicles an inspired romance between two young souls on disparate higher education voyages. Told with real insight about college-age characters and their flawed relationships, the picture earned 23-year-old Raiff—a softhearted wunderkind who wrote, directed and starred…  Read more

By Oct 21, 2020

“I Know So Much More Now about Pandemic Response Than I Did When We Made It”: Brian Duffield on Spontaneous

Katherine Langford and Charlie Plummer in Spontaneous

One of the most fascinating things about viewing new movies in the age of COVID is how many of them tap into current anxieties in spite of having been completed before the coronavirus arrived; films as varied in style, budget,…  Read more

By Sep 30, 2020


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