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An interview with Viveik Kalra, who makes his feature acting debut in the Bruce Springsteen-inspired film, Blinded by the Light.
An interview with the storytellers and actors behind the Bruce Springsteen-inspired film, Blinded by the Light.
A preview of the 2019 Chicago Critics Film Festival.
The full schedule for the 2019 Chicago Critics Film Festival
A review of Gurinder Chadha's Bruce Springsteen-inspired "Blinded by the Light," which had its world premiere Sunday night at the Sundance Film Festival.
A look ahead at the 112 films that will play the Sundance Film Festival in January 2019.
A look at the disparity between male and female directors and the people fighting to correct it.
Matt writes: With New Year's Eve quickly approaching, movie buffs are already setting their DVRs to record annual broadcasts of Michael Curtiz's 1942 classic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy," featuring its Oscar-winning performance from James Cagney as George M. Cohan. In his Great Movies essay on the film, Roger Ebert reflected on just how large of a departure this role was for the actor.
An updated look at the history of women in film from Carrie Rickey.
Britney Spears is a feminist role model; The plot of "Hellboy 3"; "Black Hole" appears in "Apes"; Zohra Sehgal dies at 102; The tallest woman in the world.
Q. A long-standing urban legend has come to an end. An article in the London Guardian by Paul Berczeller followed up on the story about the woman from Japan who allegedly went to North Dakota and supposedly froze while looking for the buried roadside treasure left at the end of "Fargo." While it turns out to be a sad story about a young woman's suicide, it ultimately had nothing to do with the movie. (Jason Bergman, Brooklyn, NY)
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PARK CITY, Utah -- Beverly Hills slicksters and Manhattan indie distributors are packing their goose-down coats and Elmer Fudd hats and gearing up for the Sundance Film Festival, held every January here in this Utah ski resort, often in the middle of a snowstorm.