REVIEW- World of Tomorrow Episode 2: On abstract frames, the human subconscious and the politics of follow-ups
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REVIEW- World of Tomorrow Episode 2: On abstract frames, the human subconscious and the politics of follow-ups

On the surface, The Burden of Other People’s Thoughts is, like the sum of Don Hertzfeldt’s filmography, an agglomeration of sticks that coexist within copious abstract frames. In truth, the sequel to 2015’s World of Tomorrow (which, following its loss at the 88th Annual Academy Awards, incited a witch-hunt on affiliated voters) is yet another … Continue reading

REVIEW- Fill the Void: On admiration, gender roles and Hassidic traditions
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REVIEW- Fill the Void: On admiration, gender roles and Hassidic traditions

The term “coming of age film” generally conjures thoughts of teenage angst, parent-child arguments, and sexual exploration; arranged marriages and rabbinic counsels are typically absent on this list. However, Fill the Void adheres to the “coming of age” narrative while presenting an atypical setting: a Hassidic community in Tel Aviv, Israel. Rama Burshtein’s directorial debut … Continue reading

The Golden Globes 2018 Predictions- ‘Wants’ and ‘Wills’
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The Golden Globes 2018 Predictions- ‘Wants’ and ‘Wills’

The Golden Globes returns this Sunday for its 75th annual celebration of film and TV. Here’s 4 of our Queen’s hopes and predictions for the first run in awards season. MILLICENT THOMAS Best Motion Picture: DRAMA  Want: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Will: Dunkirk Best Motion Picture: MUSICAL OR COMEDY Want: Lady Bird Will: Get … Continue reading