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Dispatch: Sundance Film Festival Offers Warm Comedies, Moving Documentaries and More, Each Entertaining In Their Own Way

At the 2024 Sundance Film Festival, many of the movies feel like experiences one can’t have anywhere else. From a documentary featuring a legendary Saturday Night Live friendship to a […]

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Review: Without Bowie’s Music, Stardust Relies on the Friendship Between the Young Artist and His Manager


Honestly, it doesn’t bother me that Stardust, directed by Gabriel Range (The Day Britain Stopped), wasn’t sanctioned by the family of David Bowie, whose early career is explored here. I […]

Steve Prokopy /
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Review: Around Its Twists and Turns, Antebellum Is Anticlimactic and Frequently Dull

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I was somewhat leery when the synopsis for Antebellum described the first-time writing/directing team Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz as “advocacy filmmakers…best known for their pioneering advertising work engaged in […]

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