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Monthly archive December, 2012
Yearbook 2012: Joseph Pomp

Yearbook 2012: Joseph Pomp

In our Yearbook series, Double Exposure contributors share lists and essays that attempt to define their year in film. In this entry, Joseph Pomp looks back on the festivals he attended in 2012.
New Year's Eve

New Year’s Eve

Happy New Year! Bernhard Fasenfest celebrates New Year’s Eve in his latest short.
Yearbook 2012: Will Noah

Yearbook 2012: Will Noah

In our Yearbook series, Double Exposure contributors share lists and essays that attempt to define their year in film. Will Noah kicks off closing the book on 2012 with a list of his favorite films of the year.
Zero Dark Thirty

Zero Dark Thirty

Blair McClendon weighs in on one of the most talked about films of 2012.
Django Unchained

Django Unchained

Olivia Domba reviews the latest from the always-controversial Quentin Tarantino.
Re-Believing: An Interview with Miguel Gomes

Re-Believing: An Interview with Miguel Gomes

Miguel Gomes’ extraordinary new film Tabu opened today at Film Forum for a two-week engagement. To mark the occasion, we’re re-running our interview with the Portuguese filmmaker, originally published in our special NYFF issue.
Heston & Planet

Heston & Planet

Bernhard Fasenfest has a gift for you: two short films cut from the cloth of Planet of the Apes. Merry Christmas, you damn dirty apes!
Apocalypse Now

Apocalypse Now

The end of days are upon us, or so we hear. This is the way the world ends: with Double Exposure munching popcorn and watching some of our favorite cinematic apocalypses.
Black Sheep: Zabriskie Point

Black Sheep: Zabriskie Point

Gus Reed reevaluates Michelangelo Antonioni’s lone American film.
Eight Nights of Haneke

Eight Nights of Haneke

In honor of the Festival of Lights, Double Exposure suggests eight films by contemporary cinema’s most lovable director to watch while lighting the menorah.
Streaming Pick: Alps

Streaming Pick: Alps

Olivia Domba recommends Yorgos Lanthimos’ most recent feature, now streaming on Netflix.
Streaming Pick: Killer's Kiss

Streaming Pick: Killer’s Kiss

Ella Coon reviews an early film by Stanley Kubrick, available on Netflix Instant.
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