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Thursday, September 26, 2013 Critics' Picks Tonight: Blase Bonpane Appearance/ Harvest of Empire Screening at Watkins Posted by Joe Nolan on Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 5:30 AM Blase Bonpane Appearance/ Harvest of Empire Screening Where: Watkins College of
Free movies, guest speakers what's not to love about Vanderbilt's International Lens film series, which starts 7:30 p.m. this Sunday, Sept. 1, with a screening of Jacques Audiard's French prison drama A Prophet outside on the Student Life Center lawn?
That's not exactly a gotcha premise, as Variety reviewer Andrew Barker acknowledged but along with NaFF audiences, he found the movie an unexpected delight . "Happily, first impressions couldn't be more wrong here, as the film wrings an almost
Vanderbilt's Sarratt Cinema Why did you kill them?...This exchange, from a scene near the end of Romanian director Cristi Puiu's Aurora , suggests some of the film's deadpan bleakness. In this lengthy exercise in cinema verite suspense, we observe
The Best Movie of 2011 That Didn't Play Nashville? Posted by Jim Ridley on Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 7:40 AM Amazingly enough, given the logjam of indie releases each week in New York and other major markets, fewer movies of note slip through the nets of
In fact, I can tell you from personal experience during the '80s that it's possible to stash an entire eight-pack of Little Kings into a denim jacket for a midnight movie at Sarratt...They're actually encouraging it in a fun little event coming up on
The Vietnam War was a media event that littered America's cultural landscape with iconic images, yet it seems the chilling atmosphere created by the Bush-era ban on showing the coffins of dead soldiers, along with accusations of the military's
Belcourt Posted by Jim Ridley on Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 12:49 PM We are about to begin our descent into Los Angeles Its been 45 years since Benjamin Braddocks commencement into the world of his uptight parents and their venal friends; today hes
Vanderbilt's Sarratt Cinema For every viewer irked by Brad Pitt's frantic antics in the 1995 film 12 Monkeys , there's another one falling asleep at the ponderous poetics of La jetee the 1962 short film that inspired it. Neither movie is for everyone,
Here's an excerpt from a Scene review back in the day: A fantasy that uses the mundane to illuminate the celestial, and vice versa, After Life takes place in a purgatorial way-station that looks like a high school converted into a traffic bureau...