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Film Review: Film Socialisme

Film Review: Film Socialisme

   Jean Luc Godard's 2010 venture, Film Socialisme, might be one of the most polarizing and frustrating films to try to make sense of in the last five years. Already possessing an enduring reputation as one of the giants of French New Wave [...]

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Film Review: Zodiac

Film Review: Zodiac

Now that the criminal mastermind flick has become a set type, a widely overdone one, this film tends to get easily shrugged off as yet another film about an ultra-intelligent serial killer who is always one step ahead of the [...]

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Renowned Editor Visits CCNY

Renowned Editor Visits CCNY

Local writer and editor Angela Bronner-Helm offers advice to MCA students by Ayana Cole-Price, photo by Tatiana Herrera Distinguished journalist Angela Bronner-Helm held a press conference at CCNY recently. Helm, 40, discussed her career path as a writer and offered insightful [...]

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Film Review: Flight

Film Review: Flight

Director Robert Zemeckis shows-off his filmmaking chops with Flight, most notably within the film’s first forty-five phenomenal minutes. The plane crash in Flight is spectacular and original. A fresh new take and a welcome addition to the genre; it’s unlike any other plane [...]

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Film Review: All is Lost

Film Review: All is Lost

Another film about the human spirit’s ability to persevere we do not need, yet here we are again. A lone sailor (Robert Redford) off the coast of Indonesia awakens to find his sailboat's cabin filling fast with ocean. A massive hole has been [...]

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Film Review: Primer

Film Review: Primer

In a non-descript storage facility in the suburbs sit two mysterious machines, the culmination of a group of friend’s hard work, of their nights, of their weekends, of as much capital as they could muster. Then they discover something shocking: they’ve created [...]

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