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Embedded Sin and "The Honorable Woman"
A show that explores the Middle East conflict, and a whole lot more.
Desire and Deliverance
Three new documentaries examine Christian faith, homosexuality, and the question of change.
Cinema's Nostalgia-Fest
Why 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' didn't have to be a terrible movie (though it was).
The Exclusion of 'Belle'
What the historical adaptation missed - and why it matters.
The New Masters of the Universe
The HBO Show 'Silicon Valley' deftly pops through the bubbles of arrogance in the new tech economy.
Spotlight on Ordinary Heroes: Full Frame 2014
We report from the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival 2014 and talk to the directors of some of the most important films.
The Genesis of 'Noah'
Darren Aronofsky's blockbuster is hardly the first big-screen adaptation of the story. How does it compare to the others?
Wes Anderson: King of Empathy
The quirky director beckons us to sit, stop, and just listen.
Telling Stories: Documentaries and St. Augustine
What does 2013's crop of documentaries have to do with the first memoir?
2013 Movie Picks: Alissa Wilkinson
CT's chief film critic's picks, including a movie about the foster care system and one that takes on the Harry and Sally question.
2013 Movie Picks: Tim Wainwright
A journey, a rom-com, a dark comedy, a thriller, a horror film, and a movie about Linda Lovelace.
2013 Movie Picks: Brett McCracken
Complex examinations of evil and movies about growing up.
2013 Movie Picks: Kenneth R. Morefield
A tearjerker, an overlooked documentary, a feel-good film, and movies that make us stop and think.
2013 Movie Picks: Jackson Cuidon
Movies about family and coming of age, and one that will make you jump.
2013 Movie Picks: Nick Olson
Movies that tell truth - about social history, relationships, and more - through documentary, animation, biography, and fiction.
2013 Movie Picks: Mark Moring
Zombies, boats, pirates, Calvin & Hobbes, tales of Nazi Germany, and Matthew McConaughey.
VFF 2013—Day 3: 'The Gettysburg Story,' 'Philomena,' 'The Pervert's Guide to Ideology,' and 'A Single Shot'
Yes, a good film festival can make your head spin a little (before it explodes).
VFF 2013—Day 4: 'The Invisible Woman' and 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom'
It’s probably too much to ask in a modern, tell-all culture, to be inspired by men of distinction.
VFF 2013—Day 2: 'Le Joli Mai' and 'A Touch of Sin'
Two films that ask us: Do you understand your sin?
VFF 2013—Day 1: 'Running from Crazy' and 'Computer Chess'
Ernest Hemingway's granddaughter Mariel explores her family's mental health legacy, and nerds pit computers against each other.
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