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Check out Jim Gabriel’s thoughts on Zero Dark Thirty. Beyond the points he makes, there are about a half-dozen lines in this column where I simply admired the prose.
It’s a pity most people in the comment section of Katey Rich’s wonderful article misunderstood her writing. Do enjoy this piece on sex at the Sundance Film Festival.
All things foreign and cult cinema can be found at Bonjour Tristesse. This week check out their detailed roundup of the winners from the Sundance film festival.
Hansel and Gretel Baked is apparently a movie. Or not. Who knows? This trailer is simply amazing. Good find by Will Goss.
I had the great pleasure to meet Michal Oleszcyk during Sundance. Be sure to check out some of his dispatches from the festival.
Odie Henderson recounts his experience at Disney World. Fun read from a great writer.
Why it took me as long as it did to find Mr. David Ehrlich’s Criterion Corner is beyond me.
Amid the nonsensical conversations surrounding her latest film Zero Dark Thirty, brilliant critic Scott Tobias attempts to pin down the “elusive” and “fascinating” career of Kathryn Bigelow.
Check out James McNally’s Top Ten Shorts from 2012 … Toronto Screenshots continues their success.
Mike Ryan sits down and talks with actor/writer/director Josh Radnor. How Ryan makes conversing look so easy is quite impressive.