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Jane and Charlotte Forever: A Family Legacy of Female Transgression

Jane and Charlotte Forever: A Family Legacy of Female Transgression

In both Gainsbourg and Birkin’s films, female characters dismantle structures that are commonly criticized in feminist film theory, but often they go even further.
Parabellum

Parabellum

Our cultural assumption, in dystopian films, is that the morally upright, empathetic, and resourceful band of survivors will succeed and reestablish society. But to Rinner, these assumptions specifically play off both the simplification and commodification of disaster scenarios.
Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968-1986

Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968-1986

The movies presented are fiercely independent. These situations allow one major benefit: little money and low expectations means there are fewer restrictions on expression. The artists' visions shine through.
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.
Taste of Cherry

Taste of Cherry

Robert Page reviews Abbas Kiarostami's Taste of Cherry in advance of its screening at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
NYFF 2012: Round-Up

NYFF 2012: Round-Up

As many of you may know, Double Exposure has been taking the 50th New York Film Festival by storm. That we’ve been seeing a ton of movies goes without saying. In addition to our coverage here on our blog, we have two writers, Max Nelson and Blair McClendon, participating in the NYFF Critics...
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