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Todo sobre mi Madre.

Memories are funny things, not always reliable in their truth but more often than not, emotional snapshots warped and changed by time. 278 more words


Film: AIFAV Fest Reviews: Archaeology of a Woman, The Great Flood and One: A Story of Love and Equality

By Will Ashton | wa054010@ohiou.edu| @thewillofash

Well, I’m back in the saddle again, seeing and reviewing as many films that come out of the AIFAV Fest as possible. 1,075 more words


For Your Consideration: April 11, 2014

Have you ever looked at a film’s cast list on paper and wondered if some studio assistant made a mistake in the press release? Clicked through the IMDB page and just been at a total loss to picture how two actors could mesh together on the screen? 652 more words


Stories We Tell (2012)

It seems somewhat self-indulgent for a filmmaker to document a story from his or her own life – we all carry tales of personal experiences that we desperately imbue with importance and melodrama in order to feign some level of significance when introduced to people at parties – but to actually commit these narratives to film, isn’t that a little narcissistic? 539 more words


Reel Talk Episode 23: Spider-Man 3 was Actually Good

This week on Reel Talk, I said something I now regret. I said that Spider-Man 3 was a better movie than Captain America 2. I was of course wrong to say this. 310 more words

Film Reviews

The Grandmaster Tells us Stories

April 3, 2014 progress: 2 movie

1) Stories We Tell (2012)

I’m a huge fan of Sarah Polley.  Her acting credits include the titular role in the 1988 Canadian TV series  609 more words

Daily Progress

He visto: Take This Waltz (2011)

Guión: Sarah Polley

Dirección: Sarah Polley

Fotografía: Luc Montpellier

Reparto: Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, Luke Kirby, Sarah Silverman

Sobre las decisiones, el miedo, y ese estar siempre en medio que constituye la vida. 41 more words