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America's majesty spans from coast to coast. In the east, the Staten Island Ferry carries 70,000 passengers a day to and from St. George Ferry... [Read More]
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Next time you get called a pussy or a cunt, remember to say "thank you" for the compliment. If you don't know what I mean... [Read More]
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Diane Kruger gives an Oscar-worthy performance as Katja Sekerci in Fatih Akin's film, In the Fade (Aus dem Nichts, original title). Katja is married to... [Read More]
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Permanent, written and directed by Colette Burson, stars the incomparable Patricia Arquette as Jeanne Dickson, the wife of Jim Dickson played by Rainn Wilson from... [Read More]
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It doesn't matter that In Search of Fellini is derivative. The film, written by Nancy Cartwright and Peter Kjenaas, and billed as based on Ms.... [Read More]
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Before Twilight came along and sucked the fun out of being a vampire, the lost boys were living it up in Santa Carla, the fictional... [Read More]
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Marshall is a solidly good movie; it has the elements one expects – and that is the problem with it. It has nothing more beyond... [Read More]
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As the saying goes, art imitates life—or is it other way around, whichever it is, this was certainly true in 2017, especially in Film. [Read More]
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The Anchorage International Film Festival (AIFF) will conclude this coming weekend. The festival has been incredibly successful, and its offering is as strong in the... [Read More]
The Anchorage International Film Festival (AIFF) continues to grow and solidify as a reputable film festival stop in the circuit of new and emerging films,... [Read More]
This week, Christie's, one of the world's leading international arbiters of Art as Wealth, opened New York's auction week with a day that brought in... [Read More]
Armin Linke is a modern master of photography. Whether the images are still or moving, Linke captures something of their essence that in turn captivates... [Read More]
Light in darkness, Ying and Yang, losing one's self in order to be found-- these are concepts that speak to what it means to have... [Read More]
The Anchorage Museum continues its Celluloid Wednesdays programming which features Avant Garde films, historic narratives, and documentaries. The program is free and is a nice... [Read More]
In the mid-1990s, Greek director Theo Angelopoulos made a film called Ulysses' Gaze, about a Greek filmmaker living in America who goes on a quest... [Read More]
The United States, as a nation, is only 241 years old, an infant by comparison to most major civilizations. In that short period of time,... [Read More]
When governments are tyrannical, the first thing they do is limit or eradicate the free press so no one can hold them accountable and replace... [Read More]
When governments are tyrannical, the first thing they do is limit or eradicate the free press so no one can hold them accountable and replace... [Read More]
In her new film, Band Aid, Zoe Lister-Jones lays it all on the line and wins. Sally Potter: eat your heart out. [Read More]
Kiki, the new documentary by Sara Jordenö in collaboration of Twiggy Pucci Garçon, members of the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) community, and supporting... [Read More]
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