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Beach Goth 2016 Festival Review and Gallery

It could have been so much worse. A few weeks ago, Beach Goth announced that it was changing its planned location from Irvine’s Oak Canyon Ranch to The Observatory, where it had hosted its previous four installments. 1,765 more words

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Festival Files: Dallas VideoFest29 #3

The weekend at Dallas VideoFest29 brought a bit of star wattage to the festival in the form of NBA legend and Olympic winner Spencer Haywood, promoting his new documentary entitled… 645 more words


Festival Files: Dallas VideoFest 29 #2

The second day of the festival cast a more intellectual and cinema verite feel through its programming of three strong documentaries, casting a light on varied subjects from roughly the same time period in America- the turbulent 60’s and early 70’s. 446 more words


Festival Files: Dallas VideoFest29 #1

The strength of a good festival lies in its programming. Not necessarily in the actual films it chooses to show, but in how they accompany and couch each entry. 479 more words


Don Shanahan reviews "In a Valley of Violence" and "Certain Women" for Every Movie Has a Lesson


“In a Valley of Violence” lives up to the promised bloodshed suggested by its title and spins its own brand of tension and, best of all, a frank and bone-dry humor that blows into the whole film.  139 more words


TIFF 2016 Interview: Chan-wook Park Talks "The Handmaiden"

From Saminjo to Oldboy; from Lady Vengeance to Stocker. A South Korean filmmaker, Chan-wook Park has created many notable films that certainly will go down to the cinematic history as one of the greatest. 1,014 more words

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TIFF 2016 Interview: Michaël Dudok de Wit Talks "The Red Turtle"

Michaël Dudok de Wit is a Dutch animator, director and illustrator, whose recent amazing, highly intelligent animated film “The Red Turtle” is about to hit the North American theaters. 1,008 more words

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