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NYFF 2013: 12 Years a Slave

NYFF 2013: 12 Years a Slave

12 Years a Slave’s most biting critique is of the ways in which believing in the redemptive nature of true liberalism only serves to perpetuate systems of exclusion and inegalitarianism.
NYFF 2013: The Wind Rises

NYFF 2013: The Wind Rises

Olivia Domba reviews Hayao Miyazaki's latest - and final - film, The Wind Rises, from this year's New York Film Festival.
Far From Vietnam & Far From Afghanistan

Far From Vietnam & Far From Afghanistan

Olivia Domba reviews two omnibus films screening at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's "Cinema of Resistance" series this week.
Kings of Summer

Kings of Summer

Olivia Domba reviews the new seasonally relevant comedy.
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.
Top 10 Films of 2012

Top 10 Films of 2012

Double Exposure counts down our top ten movies of 2012.
Yearbook 2012: Olivia Domba

Yearbook 2012: Olivia Domba

In our Yearbook series, Double Exposure contributors share lists and essays that attempt to define their year in film. In this entry, Olivia Domba looks at the roles performance and acting play in two of the year’s strangest films.
Django Unchained

Django Unchained

Olivia Domba reviews the latest from the always-controversial Quentin Tarantino.
Streaming Pick: Alps

Streaming Pick: Alps

Olivia Domba recommends Yorgos Lanthimos’ most recent feature, now streaming on Netflix.
Chuck Jones

Chuck Jones

Olivia Domba takes a look at some of the shorts of Chuck Jones, the subject of a retrospective at BAM running from November 23 to 26.
Election Picks

Election Picks

Looking for something to watch on election day tomorrow? Look no further! Olivia Domba recommends five films that reflect on the campaign process and the issues themselves.
Sally Cruikshank

Sally Cruikshank

Olivia Domba on Sally Cruikshank, one of the most wildly inventive animators alive. A program of her short films will screen at MoMA on Monday, October 29 at 4p.m.
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