Reviews: Enter the Void and Film Socialisme
Gaspar Noé’s Enter the Void and Jean-Luc Godard’s Film Socialisme at TIFF Bell Lightbox offer a bracing double espresso of film invention to ring out the year.
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Shelf Life: The Film That Changed My Life by Robert K. Elder
GENRE : Collected interviews THE PITCH : Thirty directors discuss a single film that made a lasting impact on their career and work with an insightful critic and columnist. THE REAL DRAW : Elder has a knack for keeping his conversations casual and disarmed while sticking to a relatively tight set of questions for each director.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
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Updated indieWIRE Top 10s: “Swan” & “Last Train Home” Take Lead Narrative & Doc
While “The Social Network” by David Fincher took the top spot in indieWIRE’s recent 2010 Critics Poll from 125 ballots compiled by mostly, well, critics; this much smaller grouping of indieWIRE editors, contributors, freelancers as well as a smattering of industry friends, picked Darren Aronofsky’s “Black Swan” as the title that dominated their individual top 10 lists. “Network,” however, did …
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‘Fumino Hora: The Way of Samsara’ embraces Zen way of being perfectly imperfect
This delicate balance has long been fodder for the creation of art. And for local artist Fumino Hora, it’s the basis for her latest body of work, “The Way of Samsara,” which currently comprises an installation-style exhibit in the Hodge Gallery at Pittsburgh Glass Center.
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