It’s too early to start really talking Oscars, but if we were, then Asif Kapadia’s moving and unromantic Amy would be a strong contender.
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In 1971, eight activists broke into an FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania, and stole every file, earning them the name Media Eight (though they preferred to go by the less punchy Citizens’ Committee to Investigate the FBI), and it wasn’t until 2014 that any of their identities were revealed, sparking the production of this film, in which present-day interviews with the members of the Eight are interspersed with reconstruction footage in a docudrama style. 462 more words
Guest post by Joseph Luzzi
On November 3, 1993, a throng of fifteen thousand poured into St. Mary of the Angels Basilica in Rome and the adjoining piazza to bid farewell to the recently deceased Federico Fellini, while millions more watched a live telecast of the ceremony. 887 more words