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Frances Ha: A Rom-Com?

When a friend asked me to describe what Frances Ha(Noah Baumbach, 2012) was like I said something similar to this: It’s like a rom-com, but it isn’t a romance, and it’s not really your average comedy. 1,082 more words


Noah Baumbach On Approaching Middle Age With 'While We're Young'

By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire March 25, 2015 at 11:59AM

The Oscar nominated auteur sat down with Indiewire to discuss “While We’re Young” and collaborating with Greta Gerwig on “Frances Ha” and “Mistress America.” 1,834 more words


Let's Overanalyze the Autobiographical Elements of Noah Baumbach's 'While We're Young'

In our memoir-obsessed and “reality”-infused culture, the search for autobiographical details and correlating avatars in the works of filmmakers who create personal (or Personal, or “personal”) works is a temptation we… 844 more words


'While We're Young' Director Noah Baumbach Talks To Us About The State Of Modern Filmmaking

You just never know when you might get a new Noah Baumbach movie. Honestly, the movies from the director of Greenberg and The Squid and the Whale — at least lately — just seem to pop up out of nowhere. 1,759 more words



Eden (2014 – FRA) 

O cinema de Mia Hansen-Love sugere a comparação a um avião planador. Seus filmes sobrevoam personagens com leveza, observam num voyeurismo contemplativo. 342 more words


Five Female Filmmakers

Accepting her well-deserved award for best supporting actress for the movie Boyhood at the Oscars this year, Patricia Arquette used her speech as an opportunity to speak out against the discrepancy between wages for men and women working in the film industry. 155 more words


Frances Ha Review

I’m not sure how much I can really write about this movie, even though I really did enjoy it; these mumblecore movies are great and I love watching them, but they are kind of hard to write about. 779 more words

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