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Sundance 2022: A House Made of Splinters, Midwives, The Mission, Sirens | Festivals & Awards

Still, every detail needn’t be spelled out to feel the film’s pathos. This is an empathetic lens, one that with…

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NBC Tries to Keep Sitcom Alive with New Shows from Established Veterans | TV/Streaming

Justin Spitzer brings his experience with workplace comedies like “The Office” and “Superstore” to the Motor City for the funny…

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Being Alive: Stephen Sondheim, 1930-2021 | MZS

There’s no reason why such a conceptually oriented work should engage the emotions, yet this one proved devastating.  That was…

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I Believe in Individuals: Barry Gifford and Lili Taylor on Roy’s World: Barry Gifford’s Chicago

“Picasso said that ‘art is a lie that helps us see the truth,’ and Barry’s stories function in the same…

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A Look Back at the 2021 Middleburg Film Festival | Festivals & Awards

A glitch arrived early when the screen at the town’s community center decided to go boom during a showing of…

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Visionary Deathloop Plays with Gaming Structure and Expectations | Video Games

You step into the shoes of the tough-talking Colt, an assassin who has been caught in a time loop on an…

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Nashville Film Festival 2021 Preview: Invisible, Clara Sola and Four More Highlights | Festivals & Awards

“Porcupine” is available to stream from 10am on Thursday, September 30th, to 11:59pm on Wednesday, October 6th. It’s no surprise…

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