March 06 — March 12
A Most Violent Year
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Director J.C. Chandor’s third feature film was one of the most shocking omissions from the recent Academy Awards, eclipsed only by the paucity of nominations for Selma; but the widely acclaimed A Most Violent Year was absolutely (and unfairly) shut out. That’s too bad, because it diminished the…Learn more…
March 13 — March 19
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One of the joys of filmmaker Mike Leigh’s work is that he spotlights character actors in large, meaty roles: performers with enormous talent, who deserve lead parts, but don’t have the Hollywood-endorsed glamorous looks or persona that “drives box office.” Such superficial considerations…Learn more…
March 20 — March 26
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Julianne Moore has been one of America’s greatest actresses for over 20 years, playing a startling range of characters, including aging, oddly maternal porn star “Amber Waves” in Boogie Nights; tough but sensitive FBI agent Clarice Starling in Hannibal; a gutsy survivor of an unusual…Learn more…
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