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Monthly archive March, 2013
Czech New Wave: Crashing the Party

Czech New Wave: Crashing the Party

Olivia Domba begins a series on the Czech New Wave with a look at two subversive milestones: A Report on the Party and the Guests and The Fireman's Ball.
Rep Picks for the Weekend of 3/8/13

Rep Picks for the Weekend of 3/8/13

Double Exposure's repertory picks for the weekend.
War Witch

War Witch

Alexander Tsebelis reviews Kim Nguyen's new film War Witch, now in limited release.
In Focus: Mike White

In Focus: Mike White

Anika Benkov takes a look at the work of Mike White, the screenwriter for films including School of Rock and The Good Girl.
Stoker

Stoker

Michael Rodriguez reviews Park Chan-wook's new film, the Korean director's English-language debut.
Beyond the Hills

Beyond the Hills

Blair McClendon reviews the latest highlight of the Romanian New Wave, opening this weekend.
Film Comment Selects 2013: White Epilepsy

Film Comment Selects 2013: White Epilepsy

Smita Sen reviews Phillipe Grandrieux's latest film.
Rendez-Vous 2013: Augustine

Rendez-Vous 2013: Augustine

Quincy DeYoung reviews Alice Winocour's new French film Augustine, screening in this year's Rendez-Vous with French cinema.
In Focus: Dan Sallitt

In Focus: Dan Sallitt

Will Noah admires the remarkable films of Dan Sallitt, now playing at an Anthology Film Archives retrospective.
Rep Picks for the Weekend of 3/1/13

Rep Picks for the Weekend of 3/1/13

Double Exposure's rep picks for the weekend.
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