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The Insult

The year is not even two weeks old but it already has one electrifyingly brilliant film to its credit.

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The Commuter

Frustratingly not-quite-there from start to finish, the paranoia-soaked railroad thriller The Commuter is the latest installment in the unofficial "Liam Neeson Late Winter Butt Kickers"…

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Ballad of Narayama

"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…

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Ebertfest film nominated for Mid-America Emmy

We are so proud that our good friends at Shatterglass Studios were nominated for a 2013 Mid-America Emmy Award in the "Interstitial" category  for the short film they produced for Ebertfest. The awards are being held in St. Louis tomorrow, October 5th, and we'll be thinking of all our Shatterglass Studio friends. Below you can watch the work for which they were honored. We are sure you'll agree that the nomination is much deserved.

In a related story, ABC 7's coverage on the evening of April 4 of Roger's passing was nominated for a Chicago/Midwest Emmy. Our friend Robert Feder has that story.

Ebertfest 2012 Retrospective Doc from Shatterglass Studios on Vimeo.

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