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The Searchers

Posted Jan 26, 2011, by Eric Hynes

The Searchers

From the way Hollywood deals with matters of faith, you’d think it was a closed case.  Either belief is passively assumed, an…

Re-Defining Short Docs

Posted Jan 26, 2011, by Landon Zakheim

Re-Defining Short Docs

Last year’s Grand Jury Prize for U.S. Short Film went to Drunk History: Douglass  and Lincoln, the latest chapter in an online…

Meet the Artists: Brit Marling

Posted Jan 25, 2011, by Mike Plante

Meet the Artists: Brit Marling

In the indie film world, you’ll often find talented people having more than one job. When you see Brit Marling on screen,…

Q&A: Vampire

Posted Jan 25, 2011, by Jeff Hanson

Q&A: Vampire

While the film’s title will no doubt cause many a pulse to quicken in anticipation of another sensual bloodbath by gorgeous,…

Q&A: These Amazing Shadows

Posted Jan 25, 2011, by Keith Harten

Q&A: These Amazing Shadows

Motion pictures are significant cultural, historical, and aesthetic artifacts, yet “50% of all films before 1950 no longer…

Meet the Artists: Joshua Leonard

Posted Jan 24, 2011, by Mike Plante

Meet the Artists: Joshua Leonard

You might recognize Joshua Leonard. “I think of myself as a guy who was lucky enough to make a living as an actor for the last…

Opinion: Billy Luther

Posted Jan 24, 2011, by Holly Willis

Opinion: Billy Luther

Filmmaker Billy Luther studied filmmaking at Hampshire College, where he developed an affinity for documentary, but he says…

Q&A: Miss Representation

Posted Jan 24, 2011, by Amelia Nielson-Stowell

Q&A: Miss Representation

Jennifer Siebel Newsom's empowering documentary Miss Representation explores the underrepresentation of women in media,…

Q&A: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold

Posted Jan 23, 2011, by Claiborne Smith

Q&A: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold

Morgan Spurlock’s The Greatest Movie Ever Sold is a documentary about brand collateral, product placement in movies, and…

Q&A: The Last Mountain

Posted Jan 23, 2011, by Claiborne Smith

Q&A: The Last Mountain

Bill Haney's sobering, engrossing documentary The Last Mountain details a practice that has only recently garnered coverage in…

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