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Movie Review: In Award-winner SAMI BLOOD, a girl will fight racism in order to survive

By Roger Costa An elderly, mysteriously quiet lady reluctantly arrives at her sister’s funeral, stirring up attention. She can’t bear the memories, and escapes to the hotel; There, she listens

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Movie Review: AFTERIMAGE is a passionate portrait of a revolutionary artist

By Roger Costa Late Polish director Andrzej Wadja’s final film is an accurate recount on the life and career of respected avant-garde painter Władysław Strzemiński. Set in 1948 Poland, the

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Movies Reviews: Powerful women trying to fix the art world, their marriage, and the future of their children

By Roger Costa MANIFESTO One of the most accomplished contemporary performers, Cate Blanchett is mesmerizing in this art project turned into movie experiment compiled by Julian Rosefeldt. The fabulous Academy

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Movies Reviews: Observing different communities through new European Cinema

By Roger Costa The Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, New York hosts the annual Panorama Europe 2017, a unique film festival gathering undiscovered gems through a diverse selection

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Movies Reviews: A puzzled detective, adventurous felines, restless journalists and eccentric aristocrats

By Roger Costa GREY LADY Two decades after his debut “Southie”, director John Shea returns with this efficient thriller set amidst the sumptuous island of the title, “her arms are

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Movies Reviews: Tribeca Film Festival brings amazing independent discoveries from all over the world

By Roger Costa The 2017 TFF runs thru April 30th at many venues in New York City, showcasing the latest in the most creative and inspiring independent films, emerging new

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Movies Reviews: The splendor of the natural landscapes in mysterious, mystical places

By Roger Costa MIMOSAS As a group of drivers wait for their daily individual assignment, they are entertained by a story-teller among them: he announces the events of creation, an

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Movies Reviews: Life is a never-ending party, a bloodsucker serial-killer teen, and a battle between honesty and politics

By Roger Costa ALL THESE SLEEPLESS NIGHTS In a documentary style, the camera follows two friends, Christopher and Michal, as they delight themselves into a nonstop party lifestyle in Warsaw,

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Movies Reviews: A meditative observation on death, junkies in contemporary world and an insatiable alien

By Roger Costa THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV Versailles, August 1715. Surrounded and cheered by his family, dogs, his servants, doctors and guests, The King of France, Louis XIV gathers

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Movies Reviews: Exploring the troubles of artistic creation through romance and sexuality, and trying to contact the beyond

By Roger Costa PENDULAR Brazilian director Julia Murat’s previous film, “Found Memories” was a humble, naturalistic, personal journey of a young photographer exploring an isolated region.

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Movie Review: New Directors/New Films screens the Brazilian feature ARABIA a poetical observation on a working-class man

By Roger Costa A letter sent from a mother longing the presence of her son, describes her sorrow, “When I hear some kids are getting arrested, I feel glad you

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Movie Review: In the delicate comedy AFTER THE STORM, members of an estranged family are looking for shelter

By Roger Costa Looking through varied things found inside a drawer, a man finds some lottery tickets, which recalls memories of his childhood. This simple fact is perhaps the main

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Movies Reviews: Seeking a diversity of goals through new French Cinema

By Roger Costa The 22nd Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, the annual festival dedicated to new, international and adventurous French Cinema, held at Film Society of Lincoln Center through March 12,

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The film society of lincoln center and unifrance announce the complete lineupfor the 22ndrendez-vous with french cinema, march 1-12

Featuring new works by François Ozon, Bertrand Bonello, Emmanuelle Bercot, Bruno Dumont, Christophe Honoré,Justine Triet, Rebecca Zlotowski,and more, with many of the filmmakers and talent in person

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Movies Reviews: Studying Children’s melancholy with animation, Defeating Monsters and Setting Up Horrible examples

By Roger Costa MY LIFE AS A ZUCCHINI A lonely boy is sent to an orphanage after his mother accidentally dies and there he meets and shares stories of survival

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