Life 2.0 – Review

Life 2.0 – Review
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Life 2.0 is a must-see for every video game nerd, tech-head, chat room user, reality TV watcher and social networking addict. This movie educates and explains almost everything about Second Life (SL), the virtual reality website. … read more

Women Without Men – Review

Women Without Men – Review
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Shirin Neshat’s first feature length narrates a complex story based around the lives of three women living in Tehran in the summer of 1953. … read more

Exit Through the Gift Shop – Review

Exit Through the Gift Shop – Review
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A refreshingly creative approach to the doc genre, Exit Through the Gift Shop is not so much about Bansky as it is about the French-American character Thierry Guetta and his personal journey to capture the worldwide street art scene. … read more

Pepperminta – Review

Pepperminta – Review
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Pepperminta lives with her imagination on her sleeve, longing to make the world see it as she does: in bright kaleidoscope colors. … read more

All My Friends Are Funeral Singers – Review

All My Friends Are Funeral Singers – Review
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For those of you familiar with the Chicago-based rock and Baroque pop outfit Califone, chances are you have been waiting since 2007 to see this film. … read more

ODDSAC – Review

ODDSAC – Review
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This is the type of film avante garde junkies and Animal Collective fans will want to watch over and over (sober and while on mind-altering substances) because each time, the viewer will find new dimensions unnoticed in the first screening. … read more

Consafos, Bella Lea, and The Good Life Show Review

Consafos, Bella Lea, and The Good Life Show Review
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I was having one of those days where I felt like hurting myself for no reason. I was irritable, lonely and in need of violence, whether emotional or psychological. Not that I’m usually violent or anything, but it happens, you know? Therefore, a night of mellow and/or cute bands at Kilby Court was the last thing I wanted to do, but I had agreed to review the show and I wasn’t gonna wuss out.  … read more

Abraxas

Abraxas
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“Abraxas” is the story of Jonen, a thirty-something zen monk and family man, who is questioning his role in contemporary Japanese society. Set in a small village outside of Toyko, cultural tradition has pressured Jonen to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a monk. … read more

Circumstance

Circumstance
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“Circumstance” is a fictional story based on real-life experiences from the director, producer and writer of the film, Maryam Keshavarz. The story chronicles the rebellious behavior of two 16 year-old girls, Atafeh and Shireen, in present-day Iranian society where woman have no voice. … read more

!W.A.R.

!W.A.R.
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Have you ever heard of Judy Chicago, Yvonne Rainer or Miriam Schapiro? Marina Abramović or Carolee Schneemann? Your answer is precisely why this film exists. In the not-too-distant past, female artists (and women in general) were not taken seriously by the mainstream art world. … read more