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Q&A: Blue Valentine

Posted Jan 27, 2010, by Lara Rosenbaum

Q&A: Blue Valentine

Director Derek Cianfrance juxtaposes the realistic highs and lows of romance in his moving film, Blue Valentine. The audience…

Meet the Artists: Mohamed Al-Daradji, A Son of Baghdad

Posted Jan 27, 2010, by David Ng

Meet the Artists: Mohamed Al-Daradji, A Son of Baghdad

When Hollywood makes movies about the war in Iraq, location shooting often takes place in Jordan or the deserts of the American…

One on One: Rodrigo Cortés and Adam Green

Posted Jan 27, 2010, by Eric Hynes

One on One: Rodrigo Cortés and Adam Green

As two films in the Festival diabolically illustrate, claustrophobia has more than one instigator. Both Rodrigo Cortés’s Buried

The New War Documentaries

Posted Jan 27, 2010, by Eric Hynes

The New War Documentaries

Three documentaries in this year’s Festival approach America’s overseas conflicts from very different angles, yet at heart they…

Q&A: Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. the New York Knicks

Posted Jan 27, 2010, by Jeff Hanson

Q&A: Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. the New York Knicks

If it’s true that the most prolific trash talkers in sports are the ones who consistently back it up with stellar play, former…

Opinion: Rodrigo García

Posted Jan 26, 2010, by Claiborne Smith

Opinion: Rodrigo García

A son of Nobel Prize-winning magical realist Gabriel García Márquez, Rodrigo García is an artist in his own right. His credits…

Meet the Artists: A Revisionist’s History in A Film Unfinished

Posted Jan 26, 2010, by Holly Willis

Meet the Artists: A Revisionist's History in A Film Unfinished

“We see nothing,” says Yael Hersonski, the director of the powerful documentary A Film Unfinished, which will have its world…

Q&A: Climate Refugees

Posted Jan 26, 2010, by Jeff Hanson

Q&A: Climate Refugees

It can be easy to assume that the world’s refugees are the unfortunate and senseless collateral damage of political, military,…

Q&A: The Runaways

Posted Jan 25, 2010, by Claiborne Smith

Q&A: The Runaways

The Runaways is a love letter to the era and place it portrays – the rock scene in L.A. during the mid to late 70s – but it’s…

Meet the Artists: Women Without Men, A Crossover from the Art World

Posted Jan 25, 2010, by Holly Willis

Meet the Artists: Women Without Men, A Crossover from the Art World

“To be very honest, I've had a growing love affair with cinema,” says New York-based Iranian filmmaker Shirin Neshat, who…

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