Sometimes, one film in a festival lineup can help to reveal another in sharper relief. To wit, one of the loveliest entries in Sundance 2013's U.S. Dramatic Competition, James Ponsoldt's deeply felt coming-of-age drama The Spectacular Now, looked even better after the premiere of The Way Way Back, a ... More >>
Danielle de Picciotto relocated to Berlin in the late '80s for a change of scenery and to get away from the violence of New York City, where the artist/musician had been living. In Berlin, de Picciotto quickly became immersed in the rich creative community of the city, and she co-founded the Love Pa ... More >>
With rare exceptions for the Smart Car, the tandem bike and whatever those contraptions are in the Dr. Seuss books, the human evolutionary process basically stopped when mankind progressed from two legs to two wheels. If you need proof of the superiority of the cycle, look no further than film, wher ... More >>
It doesn't take much evidence beyond his most famous paintings to suspect that Salvador Dalí was a weird dude: The persistence of crazy, distended forms, melting clocks, blood, rot and genitals is probably enough to draw that conclusion. But Dalí's weirdness went far beyond its expression i ... More >>
Aaron ThackerayPixiesFillmore AuditoriumMonday, November 16, 2009See more photos on the slideshow page.Better than: having whores in your head. About six decades before the Pixies released their watershed album Doolittle in 1989, Salvador Dali and Luis Bunuel teamed up to make a sixtee ... More >>
Catherine Deneuve on her new film, A Christmas Tale, and her long, glorious non-career
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A game of artful dodgeball with Of Montreal.
That Obscure Object of Desire
International Film Series, University of Colorado at Boulder
Juma's DVD/The Bohemian Bean
The Mars Volta isn't interested in your expectations.
Intacto examines the nature of luck and fate -- and twists of both.
Butterfly soars over the summer competition.
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