Slamdance Film Review: Los Punks; We Are All We Have

Slamdance Film Review: Los Punks; We Are All We Have
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The DIY punk scene in East LA is thriving, thanks to a community of dedicated Latinos who are determined to keep it alive and bad ass. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: The Lesson

Slamdance Film Review: The Lesson
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What could be a coming-of-age story for Fin, a troubled teen, instead shows his mutilation by a disenchanted teacher who uses torture in order to get his message across. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Neptune

Slamdance Film Review: Neptune
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As we follow 14 year-old Hannah on the Lacquesset Island in Maine, Neptune serves you a three course meal of optical, auditory and mysterious delicacies that explore the mysteries of religion and our planet. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Peanut Gallery

Slamdance Film Review: Peanut Gallery
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Acclaimed documentary filmmaker and Gasland producer Molly Gandour has taken her work to the intensely personal and unblinking Peanut Gallery. Sixteen years after the loss of her older sister, Aimee, Molly decided to return home to Indiana to finally cope with her sister’s death. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Driftwood

Slamdance Film Review: Driftwood
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Writer/director Paul Taylor’s first feature, Driftwood, is a small, intimate and refreshing chamber piece that still manages to speak in droves—an impressive feat, considering that the entire film is dialogue-free. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: The Million Dollar Duck

Slamdance Film Review: The Million Dollar Duck
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The annual Federal Duck Stamp Contest brings contestants from across the US to prove their artistic talent. But is the competition enough to count as a functioning conservation program? … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Hunky Dory

Slamdance Film Review: Hunky Dory
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Sure to be one of this year’s must-see Slamdance gems, Hunky Dory is an opulent, gender-bending and audacious feat that can be described exactly as music critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine described David Bowie’s 1971 album of the same name: “a sweeping, cinematic mélange of high and low art, ambiguous sexuality, kitsch, and class.” … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Art of the Prank

Slamdance Film Review: Art of the Prank
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Artist Joey Skaggs is known duping the media over elaborately staged pranks. Art of the Prank highlights his next focus, aiming at film festivals. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: The Tail Job

Slamdance Film Review: The Tail Job
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Nicholas hires a taxi driver to follow his fiance, whom he expects to be cheating. We follow him through his mishaps and mistakes as he tries to get to the true story. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: If There’s A Hell Below

Slamdance Film Review: If There’s A Hell Below
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Debra agrees to meet with Abe, a young journalist, under the impression that she has something important to reveal in regards to national security. In real-time, we follow the two of them through a desolate landscape. … read more