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Lulacruza Band Interview: Esperando el Tsunami Visual Album & Documentary (Bilingual English-Spanish Feature)

"I think what ended up happening with the film is not so much about us as it is about listening through us. Seeing the landscape through our ears... Our goal was to keep a ‘deep listening’ attitude, so that included anything we met and anyone we collaborated with. It was always kind of a state...
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808 Documentary Film Review (Alex Dunn, 2015)

Out of all the inventions to have contributed to the increasingly relevant history of electronic music, the TR-808 from Roland likely has the strongest legacy. From Brian Eno to Marvin Gaye to Kanye West, the unique sounds of the TR-808 have dominated the electronic-sonic vocabulary since its invention in 1980, even as new technology is...Read...
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H. Film Review (Rania Attieh & Daniel Garcia, 2014)

All too often, apocalyptic films foretell the coming of the end in the form of big blowouts rather than a slow dismantling. In the overly-Hollywood 2012, buildings collapse and helicopters fall from the sky for no seemingly reason whatsoever. In War Of The Worlds and Independence Day, intergalactic monsters take over, causing environmental catastrophe and...
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Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem Film Review (Israel)

Set almost exclusively in a tiny courtroom, Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem, is an Israeli-French film about a couple’s lengthy battle for divorce. Simple from its get-go, the film’s major strengths lie in its tense appeal and multiple layers of meaning, which build slowly through use of seemingly trivial gestures. Director-siblings Ronit Elkabetz and...Read...
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The Gambler Film Review: A Dying Breed?

Runner Runner (2013), which starred Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake, also garnered dismal reviews as well as dire box office takings. The indie film Poker Movie, which featured a psychopathic killer and a number of poker-playing police officers, failed to even make the cinemas regardless of its stellar cast. But arguably the most disappointing was...
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