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Obvious Child

I’m going to write a bit about Obvious Child, and there are going to be some spoilers, so if you haven’t seen the movie yet, and want to go into it not knowing what happens, maybe wait to read this … Continue reading

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Projectionist Dispatch: The Indie Cinema Experience

Things are changing in the Indie Cinema world. This seems to be a constant lately, that the industry is changing, both in terms of the movies being made and how they are distributed and projected. I read a lot of … Continue reading

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Under the Skin

As I walked out of the theater after watching Under The Skin (the third feature film from director Jonathan Glazer, who also made Sexy Beast and Birth), I had to remind myself that I am indeed human and live in … Continue reading

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Post Oscar Movie Lull

From November to February there’s almost too many films. With awards season in full swing there are plenty of good movies that people are interested in seeing. It’s also the holidays, people are going out to movies with family, it’s … Continue reading

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Nebraska

My grandpa usually hates movies. He has said to me on more than one occasion, “The only movie ever worth making was The African Queen.” But as we walked out of Nebraska he said, “Anna, I LOVED that movie.” It’s rare … Continue reading

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Anna’s favorite movies of 2013

I haven’t yet seen Inside Llewyn Davis or Her, both of which are contenders for this list, so I will re-evaluate after I see them.  1. Nebraska 2. Frances Ha 3. Short Term 12  4. Stories We Tell 5. Spring … Continue reading

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Female Gaze: in response to Janet’s post

After reading Janet’s blog post yesterday about the female gaze in Blue is the Warmest Color, I wrote down some of my ideas on the same topic.I really like what she wrote, and had been thinking about some of the … Continue reading

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