Gustavo Steinberg – Setting Free Tito and the Birds
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Gustavo Steinberg – Setting Free Tito and the Birds

Gustavo Steinberg Setting Free Tito and the Birds By Jay S. Jacobs Brazilian director Gustavo Steinberg has finally broken through to the American market, and it is with his first animated film. However, even though it has been made for children, Tito and the Birds is a trenchant and surprisingly nuanced film about the modern … Continue reading

Rose Byrne and Chris O’Dowd Get Unplugged with Juliet, Naked
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Rose Byrne and Chris O’Dowd Get Unplugged with Juliet, Naked

Rose Byrne and Chris O’Dowd Get Unplugged with Juliet, Naked by Jay S. Jacobs Rose Byrne and Chris O’Dowd play a long-time couple coming to the end of the road in the music-oriented romantic comedy Juliet, Naked. However, you wouldn’t have been able to tell that when we recently met up with the two at … Continue reading

Assessing Last Year’s Movies Through the Lens of This Year’s Golden Globe Nominees
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Assessing Last Year’s Movies Through the Lens of This Year’s Golden Globe Nominees

Assessing Last Year’s Movies Through the Lens of This Year’s Golden Globe Nominees by Brad Balfour Just as the Waterford ball drops, so does the anticipation for the 75th annual Golden Globes — the first major awards show of 2018. Being broadcast live, the show can be seen on NBC, Sunday, January 6th, starting at … Continue reading

Hugh Welchman Paints an Incredible Picture with the New Film Loving Vincent
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Hugh Welchman Paints an Incredible Picture with the New Film Loving Vincent

Hugh Welchman Paints an Incredible Picture with the New Film Loving Vincent by Brad Balfour With his collaborator and wife, Dorota Kobiela, Loving Vincent co-director Hugh Welchman digitally paints an incredible picture of Vincent van Gogh. But these two didn’t just tell an intriguing and intimate mystery since it is set a year after this … Continue reading