• Townhall | 2/25/2018 | Staff
    Oil and natural gas aren’t just fuels. They supply building blocks for pharmaceuticals; plastics in vehicle bodies, athletic helmets and thousands of other products; and complex composites in solar...
  • Scribd | 1/4/2018 | Staff
    The HPSCI majority members respond to the Adam Schiff minority memo centering around FISA court abuses and the Clinton-Steele Dossier use in attaining a 'title-1' surveillance warrant....
  • www.clutchingmyrosary.com | 2/25/2018 | admin
    An Apostle of Jesus Christ, St. Matthias is one of the Blessed choir which the Church would have us honor during the Season of Lent. Matthias was one of the first to follow our Savior, and he was an...
  • Screen | 1/31/2018 | Tom Grater
    The awards of the 68th Berlin Film Festival are being awarded this evening (Feb 24). This year’s international competition jury was headed up by German director Tom Twyker, he was joined by Cécile...
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  • Variety | 2/22/2018 | Guy Lodge
    “For fans only” is a standard phrase critics use to briskly dispatch all manner of rockumentaries, though it’s so much a burn as a simple statement of the obvious.
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  • Variety | 2/24/2018 | Jessica Kiang
    There is significant cinematic pleasure in observing someone perform an action at which they’re practiced. Watching a pianist play or a driver change gear or a master thief pick a lock can exert its...
    593 views hey13
  • Variety | 2/21/2018 | Alissa Simon
    An ethical tale for a new era, the youth drama “Dressage” powerfully illustrates the consequences of growing social divisions within contemporary Iranian society and indicts a middle and upper class...
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  • Variety | 2/23/2018 | Jessica Kiang
    The asterisks would practically outnumber the alphabet if one were to quote the exact Metallica lyric that blares out intermittently during Malgorzata Szumowska’s “Mug.
    665 views kims
  • Deadline | 2/23/2018 | Nancy Tartaglione
    Ed Sheeran made a surprise visit to the Berlin Film Festival on Friday to talk up the documentary Songwriter, a special out-of-competition entry at the fest which wraps tomorrow.
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  • Variety | 2/23/2018 | Jessica Kiang
    In the opening moments of Thomas Stuber’s third feature, the amiable romance “In the Aisles,” the camera noses around the empty warehouse supermarket in which it’s set.
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  • Variety | 2/8/2018 | Guy Lodge
    Two years after Gianfranco Rosi’s “Fire at Sea” won the Golden Bear at Berlin, the European migrant crisis remains the most prominent topic in the continent’s non-fiction cinema, yielding some...
    510 views superdudea
  • Variety | 2/22/2018 | Jessica Kiang
    Made of dazzle and wit and melancholy, Alonso Ruizpalacios’ fabulously entertaining “Museum” is loosely inspired by the tale of Mexico’s most infamous museum heist: the theft of 140 Mayan and...
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  • Variety | 2/21/2018 | Jay Weissberg
    If anyone is shocked by “Touch Me Not,” they’re not getting the point. In her long-gestating first feature, Adina Pintilie uses bodies of all types to explore the boundaries of intimacy and...
    331 views kims
  • Variety | 2/20/2018 | Jay Weissberg
    With breathtaking elegance and stunning assurance, Ramón Salazar takes a melodramatic chestnut and makes it flower with unexpected emotion in “Sunday’s Illness,” one of the genuine discoveries of...
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  • Variety | 2/18/2018 | Maggie Lee
    Bringing two of Singapore and Japan’s most popular dishes (bak kut teh and ramen) together in a film about cultural and culinary fusion, Singaporean auteur Eric Khoo’s “Ramen Teh” is cinematically...
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  • Variety | 2/23/2018 | Guy Lodge
    With the word “gaslighting” getting thrown around a lot in our current age of fake-news awareness, to the point where some use it simply as a heated synonym for “lying,” along comes “Unsane” to...
    431 views cindy95240
  • Variety | 1/18/2018 | Jessica Kiang
    Some people believe soccer is a matter of life and death. But like legendary Liverpool manager Bill Shankly, the lovably crestfallen Laurențiu Ginghină, subject of Corneliu Porumboiu’s wonderful,...
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  • Variety | 2/15/2018 | Jay Weissberg
    A fascinating footnote in mid-20th-century German history gets an expectedly worthy treatment by writer-director Lars Kraume in “The Silent Revolution,” one of those deeply respectful historical...
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  • Variety | 2/18/2018 | Alissa Simon
    A surfeit of visual style, however impressive, works against the narrative energy in Hungarian drama “Genesis,” the sophomore feature from Magyar Roma writer-director Árpád Bogdán (“A Happy New...
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  • Variety | 2/16/2018 | Jay Weissberg
    Karim Aïnouz achieves the perfect balance between people and locale in “Central Airport THF,” a rare observational documentary that recognizes the beauty of spatial forms without forgetting the...
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  • Variety | 2/6/2018 | Jessica Kiang
    The setting for Sergei Loznitsa’s newest documentary, delivered with his trademark radical directness, is the Soviet War Memorial in the green lung that is Treptower Park in the southeast quadrant...
    139 views darkkazune
  • Variety | 2/19/2018 | Guy Lodge
    When news surfaced that Lav Diaz’s latest film was a self-billed “rock opera” titled “Season of the Devil,” you’d have been forgiven for thinking the prolific Filipino maximalist had made a drastic...
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