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Cinema

Happy 100, Pauline Kael

Today marks the centenary of film critic Pauline Kael’s birth. Beside recreating film criticism in her New Yorker column and giving shape to our conversations of cinema — particularly that of America in the 70s (if not launching the careers of … Read on.

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Culture

The Movie Title Stills Collection

The Designated Victim
The Movie Title Stills Collection, “a collection containing hundreds of main titles from feature films,” curated by designer Christian Annyas is an awesome compendium of what happens when font meets film. Dating from the 1920s to the present, The … Read on.

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Culture

New Tune from Static People: The Late Projectionist

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Static People takes you to a mournful matinee with its latest track, “The Late Projectionist.” Give it a spin here or download it, compliments of the band.

You may also enjoy the novel of the same name by Static … Read on.

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Lifestyle Media Critique

Sonoma Intl Film Fest Survival Guide

If you are a filmmaker and you’re attending the Sonoma International Film Festival, you are in mortal danger. The extent to which one might enjoy oneself can reach a level of lethality unparalleled on the festival circuit. Oh, and congratulations.… Read on.

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Culture

Feel Like a Tramp

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If you feel like a little tramp, consider Charlie Chaplin?s A Dog?s Life, screening as part of a silent triptych of moving pictures presented by the Sonoma Film Institute.

As the top dog of the silent era, Chaplin?s … Read on.