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Yearbook Individual Top Tens

Yearbook Individual Top Tens

To conclude our coverage of 2013, we publish here, for your perusal, all of the individual Top Ten lists our contributors submitted and that we factored into our year-end poll.
Yearbook Top Ten Countdown Part 1

Yearbook Top Ten Countdown Part 1

Join us as we begin our countdown of Double Exposure's Top Ten films of 2013!
Double Exposure Issue Five

Double Exposure Issue Five

Look for Double Exposure's first print issue around Columbia's campus!
In Focus: Harmony Korine

In Focus: Harmony Korine

Maya Rosmarin digs into the controversial work of writer-director Harmony Korine, whose latest film Spring Breakers is now in wide release.
Like Someone In Love

Like Someone In Love

Maya Rosmarin reviews Abbas Kiarostami's latest film, out now in limited release.
Avant-Garde 101: Un Chien Andalou

Avant-Garde 101: Un Chien Andalou

"Got me a movie/ I want you to know/ Slicing up eyeballs/ I want you to know/ Girlie so groovy/ I want you to know/ Don't know about you/ But I am Un Chien Andalusia" -The Pixies
Top 10 Films of 2012

Top 10 Films of 2012

Double Exposure counts down our top ten movies of 2012.
Yearbook 2012: Maya Rosmarin

Yearbook 2012: Maya Rosmarin

In our Yearbook series, Double Exposure contributors share lists and essays that attempt to define their year in film. In this entry, Maya Rosmarin offers that essential standard of the high school yearbook: superlatives.
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.
Avant-Garde 101: Ghosts Before Breakfast

Avant-Garde 101: Ghosts Before Breakfast

Welcome to Avant-Garde 101, a series in which Double Exposure offers an introduction to the rich history of experimental cinema. In this installment, Maya Rosmarin checks out a German classic from 1928 by Hans Richter, whose Filmstudie (1926) is screening at NYFF tonight.
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