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The Voice of Justice, Savage Capitalism and Border Crisis

By Roger Costa ON HER SHOULDERS Winner of the Directing Award at this year’s Sundance, documentarian Alexandria Bombach’s new work is a moving, hauntingly unforgettable experience following the distress of

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Vulnerable Love, a Bohemian Diva and Olympic Eagerness

By Roger Costa AFTER EVERYTHING Writers-Directors Hannah Marks and Joey Power’s impressive debut follows the troubles of a promiscuous young man living in modern days NYC and caught up by

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Running Away from Abandon, Officials and Consequence

By Roger Costa LIYANA Through the imagination of orphan children living in a community shelter in Swaziland, the story of an infant heroine is created in directors Aaron and Amanda

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Claiming Justice for the People, Now and Then

By Roger Costa BLACK ’47 In this dark epic set amidst the 1840’s Famine genocide in Ireland, a deserter soldier returns home only to become disappointed by the British Army

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Living in the Shadows of Memory, Hope and Death

By Roger Costa The most anticipated films of the year are coming to the 56th New York Film Festival, starting September 28. Audiences and movie lovers will have a chance

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Competing to Find Their Own Identity

By Roger Costa SCIENCE FAIR As we eyewitness loads of social and mental disorder affecting Millennials, this first-time collaborative work by Writers-Directors Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster feels so much

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Throwing Insecurity and Anxiety at Millennials

By Roger Costa I AM NOT A WITCH Brought to the authorities by a group of hatred, scared, superstitious and ignorant Villagers, a young girl is accused of witch-crafting. She

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Riding Mysticism and Violence in the desert

By Roger Costa LET THE CORPSES TAN As sizzling as the season itself, Belgian Writers-Directors Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani’s visually arresting and hallucinating road trip is a hot-headed, furiously

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The Ability to Overcome Through Words

By Roger Costa THE BOOKSHOP For the past two decades, internationally acclaimed Spanish-born director Isabel Coixet has been crafting sensitive and powerful stories focused on the many obstacles, (physical, emotional,

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Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Scary Movies XI

By Roger Costa BLOOD PARADISE A writer interrupts her sex-filled vacation with her boyfriend in order to seek inspiration for the sequel of her best-selling horror book that inspired and

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Escaping Their Conditions Through Personal Observations

By Roger Costa WE THE ANILMALS Seen through the eyes of the youngest boy of a dysfunctional family, and his two brothers, this lyrical, visually-arresting drama scores high with its

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Young Rebels with Many Causes

By Roger Costa NIGHT COMES ON A young African-American girl leaves detention and battles to put together the pieces she left behind. Her main concern is to locate her missing

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A moral puzzle, haunting poetry and death impersonator

By Roger Costa NO DATE, NO SIGNATURE After the tremendous success of Oscar winning director Asghar Farhadi, Iranian filmmakers have been working efficiently to give new shape and design to

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MoMA’s The Future of Film is Female

By Roger Costa REVENGE An instant cult classic, director Coralie Fargeat’s aggressively inventive debut is also one of the most visually daring films of the year. Its vigorous imagery, blend

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When Sensibility meets Brutality

By Roger Costa THE THIRD MURDER For the past two decades, Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda has been examining family topics and issues, sensible stories about deep feelings centered on the

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