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Review: Gleason (Tweel, 2016) - Sundance 2016

I don’t watch football–not of the NFL, college, high school, or even pee wee variety–so I might have been one of the only people in my peer group who hadn’t heard of… 577 more words

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Film Review: 'Mammal'

Rachel Griffiths has been so egregiously underused on the big screen in recent years that her mere presence in a leading role is reason enough to commend “Mammal.” That Irish writer-director Rebecca Daly’s film proves as quietly, uncompromisingly complicated as the actress it showcases makes it worthy of celebration. 741 more words

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Film Review: 'Carnage Park'

In “Carnage Park,” the surviving perpetrator and the kidnapping victim of a botched bank robbery become the prey of a crazed Vietnam vet who has a built a giant prison out of an uninhabited expanse of California desert. 524 more words

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Documentary On Rockaways' Action Center Debuts At Sundance Film Festival

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — For the past 15 years, the Action Center has provided food, clothing and empowerment programs to Rockaways residents.

Three years ago, the center and the people it served were faced with one of their biggest obstacles yet: surviving Superstorm Sandy. 78 more words

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Review: Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Waititi, 2016) - Sundance 2016

Hunt for the Wilderpeople‘s director, New Zealander and Sundance veteran Taika Waikiki, re-entered the Park City spotlight in 2014 with his sleeper hit, … 533 more words

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Film Review: ‘Life, Animated’

The busy subgenre of documentaries featuring autistic subjects gets a strong new entry in “Life, Animated,” a captivating portrait of a young man for whom Disney animated movies have provided a powerful lifeline to progress, language and understanding. 930 more words

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Film Review: 'Plaza de la Soledad'

Maya Goded was taking widely exhibited still photographs of the women in “Plaza de la Soledad” long before she decided to make a debut documentary feature about them. 518 more words

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