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Quest (Seth Shire)

December 8, 2017.  As a film critic who writes primarily about documentaries this may sound sacrilegious, but, I don’t usually care for “fly on the wall,” verite style, documentaries.  501 more words

Documentary

Golden Eighties: Love in the Age of Material Desire

Chantal Akerman’s films examine the limited spaces in which women must find their freedom in. Take for example Delphine Seyrig in Jeanne Dielman (1975) shifting constantly between the kitchen, bedroom, and dining room, or Akerman as the unknown girl in… 190 more words

Limited

Dance Double Header: Twyla Tharp Dance and Bobbi Jene

Sometimes the dance gods dish out back-to-back goodness. This week was one of those weeks. On Thursday I attended the Twyla Tharp Dance performance at… 519 more words

Dance

Trophy

Rhino Breeder John Hume.

September 8, 2017.  It is really interesting that I should see the new documentary “Trophy” after just having taken an education course in something called Creative Controversy. 477 more words

Documentary

Bava on the Big Screen in NY

If you are even remotely close to the Manhattan area in NY this month, then you need to make sure you check out some, if not all of these Mario Bava films that are screening all month long in a tribute to this Italian cinematic master. 162 more words

Movie Events

The Quad Returns, Better Than Ever

The past two years has been difficult without the Village art-film showcase the Quad. But now independent and foreign films get their palace back in a new, improved form. 209 more words

Behind the Screens: Quad Cinema's Programming Director on Rebranding Movie Experience

Multiplexes have become such an omnipresent (and homogenized) part of New York City that it’s surprising to realize that the very first one, established back in 1972, was a modest, four-screen arthouse theater in Greenwich Village. 2,548 more words

West Village