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SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2020 (DAY 4)
by Erik Childress
"My 18th year at the Sundance Film Festival will be chronicled here with ongoing coverage of all the films I saw." (more)
FILMS I NEGLECTED TO REVIEW: ROOMS WITH A VIEW
by Peter Sobczynski
"Please enjoy short reviews of "The Night Clerk," "Ordinary Love," "Standing Up, Falling Down" and "Swift."" (more)
SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2020 (DAY 3)
by Erik Childress
"My 18th year at the Sundance Film Festival will be chronicled here with ongoing coverage of all the films I saw." (more)
FILMS I NEGLECTED TO REVIEW: SAVE US, TOEJAM & EARL. . . .
by Peter Sobczynski
"Please enjoy short reviews of "Buffaloed," "Camp Cold Brook," "Sonic the Hedgehog," "The Traitor" and "VFW."" (more)
SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2020 (DAYS 1-2)
by Erik Childress
"My 18th year at the Sundance Film Festival will be chronicled here with ongoing coverage of all the films I saw." (more)
FILMS I NEGLECTED TO REVIEW: SPECIAL OSCAR EDITION
by Peter Sobczynski
"Please enjoy a short review of "Waiting for Anya" and my long-awaited Oscar picks." (more)
SHORT STUFF: THE 2019 OSCAR-NOMINATED LIVE-ACTION SHORTS
by Jay Seaver
"Though I'll be watching the Oscars on Sunday with no small amount of interest in who receives awards, I genuinely do believe that the most important part of awards season is the period between nominations being announced and the actual ceremony; it's a decently-curated list of good films and a manageable bit of pressure to see and discuss them now. For the live-action shorts, it's even more; while the animated and documentary shorts have some outlets to get seen, if not as many as features, these films' best chances to find an audience are undeniably in the blocks that play theaters in the lead-up to the ceremonies." (more)
SHORT STUFF: THE 2019 OSCAR-NOMINATED ANIMATED SHORTS
by Jay Seaver
"Most years, the program for the Oscar-nominated animated shorts is built with an eye toward family-friendliness, often arranged to put the one or two entries that might prove to be too much for the younger viewers at the end so that parents with small children can duck out early. The nominees this year have made that a bit trickier; though none are particularly violent or otherwise unsuitable, there's plenty of adult themes that make this year's selections a different group." (more)
SHORT STUFF: THE 2019 OSCAR-NOMINATED DOCUMENTARY SHORTS
by Jay Seaver
"This is the first year that a local theater has shown the year's documentary shorts as a single block, rather than broken into two, for which I'm grateful: Aside from being a bit easier to schedule with so little time between the short film packages hitting theaters and the awards ceremony, it sets up an interesting (if traumatic) through-line that might not have been quite so visible broken up." (more)
FILMS I NEGLECTED TO REVIEW: THOMAS SPEAKS!
by Peter Sobczynski
"Please enjoy short reviews of "Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words," "Goalie" and this year's programs of Oscar-nominated Live-Action, Animation and Documentary short subjects." (more)

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