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Prairie Miller investigates on-stage reimaginings and revelations, with Nevermore, A vividly conceived musical fantasy, focusing on the iconic and tragic Edgar Allen Poe.
The film is adapted from a period in Boorman's own life back in the 1950's, when primarily perplexed young men were begrudgingly conscripted into the army. And to not only unfathomably fight other people's battles in an essentially anti-communist Am
Rapper Pras Michel returns to his Haitian roots with his documentary premiering - Sweet Micky For President - political turmoil in Haiti.
Movie reviewer Prairie Miller interviews UK Director Kevin Macdonald about his new movie, Black Sea on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express.
The detours along this suburban noir road movie are endlessly convoluted, peppered with such richly conceived verbal literary abandon, that all is forgiven.
Movie reviewer, Prairie Miller interviews Army Vet Turned Filmmaker Sean Mullin about Amira & Samon on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express
Hollywood prefers to designate sheriffs here as heroic, along with feats by the Pemberton couple as saviors of the workers from dangerous working conditions.
The Liar's Dice drama is a stunningly crafted depiction of the fate of rural mountain culture in India today, infused with the potent sensibility of what is not said.
The elder lovebirds don't by the end make a grim transition into the usual end of life disease of the week melodrama. But there is an ensuing love triangle.
Prairie Miller says the James Agee Cinema Circle, defies the financially controlled, bought and paid for bogus Hollywood awards, with the JACC Anti-Oscars.
Last but hardly least in this David and Goliath demonization, is Sony's closing credits disclaimer. Asserting that Any similarity or identification...or name, character, or history of any person...is entirely coincidental or unintentional.
Chastain stopped by to share thoughts about mulling Dick Chaney as a vehicle for burrowing into her character in A Most Violent Year; what's up with women in movies lately - or not; and the plus side of taking on a male role in a movie.
They came together in 2004 to form the first women critics' organization in the United States, in the belief that women's perspectives and voices in film criticism need to be recognized fully. And WFCC is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year.
Amy Adams projects an alternately subtle and stinging emotional and ethical ambivalence as Margaret Keane, deferring to her arrogant con-man mate Walter Keane