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My Job During a Pandemic: Launching a Film Publishing House

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By Oct 11, 2021

North Star: Nina Lorez Collins on Her Mother Kathleen Collins’s Life and Legacy

Seret Scott and Bill Gunn in Losing Ground (courtesy of Losing Ground

“It is all about an urge, a powerful and overwhelming urge, to fulfill myself, to fulfill this life that is inside me, to fulfill it in every way, leaving nothing untapped. That is what it is all about: the excesses,…  Read more

By Oct 11, 2021

Stanley Kubrick’s “Manhattan Project”

Fred Martin in the mid-60s (courtesy of Robert Schuhmann)

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Rubbing Shoulders with Beauty: After a Pandemic Year, Acts of Looking at the Camden International Film Festival

The Velvet Queen (courtesy of Oscilloscope Pictures)

In La panthère des neiges/The Velvet Queen, a feature directed by Marie Amiguet based on an idea by renowned wildlife photographer Vincent Munier, French writer and traveler Sylvain Tesson accompanies Munier to the Sanjiangyuan nature reserve on the Tibetan plateau,…  Read more

By Oct 11, 2021


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