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R.E.M. Series: "Around The Sun" (2003)

Review of the most underwhelming installment in R.E.M.’s legendary discography

By Carter Bagley

Here we have an album that both fans and the band alike have considered a mistake. 544 more words

R.E.M. Series: "Reveal" (2001)

Review of the album that brought R.E.M. into the 21st Century

By Carter Bagley

By the time the Twenty-First Century rolled around, R.E.M. were not the same band whatsoever. 753 more words

R.E.M. Series: "Up" (1998)

Review of the often forgotten first album in R.E.M.’s post-Berry catalog

By Carter Bagley

For most bands it wouldn’t change much if they lost or replaced a member, but I always looked at R.E.M. 917 more words

The Long Players with Mike Mills perform R.E.M.’s Out of Time @ City Winery / Nashville, TN / October 7, 2016

Serious rock music fans never let go of a band they love, and it doesn’t take much to bring out their total geekdom. Such was the case the other night in Music City when the local R.E.M. 1,153 more words

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Mike Mills Digs Within Once More With ‘20th Century Women'

If “Beginners” was a love letter from Mike Mills to his father, “20th Century Women” is a love letter to his mother. So the writer/director said at a recent Los Angeles screening of the film, which premieres at the New York Film Festival Saturday night. 519 more words


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Mill Valley Festival Honors Slate of Awards Season Contenders

The list of honorees at this year’s Mill Valley Film Festival reads like a who’s who of awards season contenders, with tributes and spotlights centering on the industry’s most innovative artists on screen and behind the camera: Nicole Kidman will be presented with an award in recognition of her career and her latest film, “Lion”; Ewan McGregor will be honored for his directorial debut, “American Pastoral”; Gael García Bernal will receive the trophy for his provocative turn in Pablo Larraín’s biopic “Neruda”; the cast of Mike Mills’ “20th Century Women,” starring Annette Bening, Greta Gerwig, and Elle Fanning, will be presented with the MVFF Award; director Julie Dash will receive a prize for her newly restored drama “Daughters of the Dust”; and Aaron Eckhart for his supporting work in Ben Younger’s boxing drama, “Bleed for This.” 569 more words