July 31 — August 13
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Though Ian McKellen has had a lengthy movie career (and significant film roles) prior to 1998, that was probably the year of his American “breakthrough,” with the release of Gods and Monsters, a darkly humorous biopic about film director James Whale. Much credit should go to director Bill…Learn more…
August 14 — August 20
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Twenty-five years ago, writer-director Woody Allen surprised many fans and critics with Crimes and Misdemeanors, a comparatively sober work that added much darker material to Allen’s familiar style of gabby, neurotic comedy—like murder. With that film, Woody’s usual question, “What’s the…Learn more…
August 21 — August 27
A documentary concerning the short life of blue-eyed soul singer Amy Winehouse seems made for a niche audience: though respected especially by other musical artists for her formidable voice and songwriting skill, the British chanteuse only had one sizable chart hit in the U.S. (the caustic but…Learn more…
August 28 — September 03
Infinitely Polar Bear
The title is how young Faith Stuart (Ashley Aufderheide) hears the term “bipolar disorder” when it’s used in reference to her manic-depressive father Cam (Mark Ruffalo). It’s a hint of the tone that writer-director Maya Forbes adopts in her lovely feature debut, whose story is based on her…Learn more…
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