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Monthly archive April, 2013
In Focus: Hayao Miyazaki

In Focus: Hayao Miyazaki

Meaghan Katz looks at the career of Hayao Miyazaki, and reviews several of his lesser known works.
Oblivion

Oblivion

Theo Zenou reviews Joseph Kozinski's new film, of mythical proportions, Oblivion.
Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights

Shelley Farmer reviews Andrea Arnold's bold adaptation of the classic novel, out now on DVD.
Rep Picks for the Weekend of 4/26/13

Rep Picks for the Weekend of 4/26/13

Double Exposure's rep picks for the weekend.
Anthology Film Archives

Anthology Film Archives

Smita Sen continues our new series of reviews of New York theaters with a personal account of her trip to the essential downtown film institution.
Streaming Pick: Martha Marcy May Marlene

Streaming Pick: Martha Marcy May Marlene

Quincy DeYoung recommends Sean Durkin's 2011quiet thriller, now streaming on HBOGO.
Film Forum

Film Forum

Alexander Tsebelis discusses the merits of Film Forum (and its various concessions), in our new series of reviews of New York City repertory theaters.
Spring Breakers

Spring Breakers

Harmony Korine's Florida fever dream is a saintly form of debauch.
In Focus: Douglas Sirk & Rock Hudson

In Focus: Douglas Sirk & Rock Hudson

One of Hollywood's greatest director/star duos gets a retrospective at BAM this weekend. Theo Zenou revisits the subversive sentimentality of four Douglas Sirk classics starring Rock Hudson.
Tribeca Picks for the Weekend of 4/19/13

Tribeca Picks for the Weekend of 4/19/13

Julia Selinger highlights a few movies playing at the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend.
The Trial of Joan of Arc

The Trial of Joan of Arc

Marianne Barthelemy reviews Bresson's version of the Joan of Arc legend, playing as part of Anthology Film Archive's The Middle Ages on Film.
House of Bamboo

House of Bamboo

Robert Page reviews Samuel Fuller's House of Bamboo, now playing at Film Forum.
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