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Note to fashion's itinerant class, currently perched in London. Please make Tacita Dean's "The Unilever Series" at Tate Modern a must see. It's an event, a pilgrimage and a rite of passage. It was made by turning a Cinemascope lens 90 degrees and upending the usual landscape format of the movie screen so it becomes vertical, scaling itself to the proportions of the hall. The film itself was constructed using disappearing techniques such as masking, double-exposure and glass matte painting, to recapture the sense of wonderment generated by these skills during the early days of cinema.
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Based on the novel by Daniel Woodrell, "Winter's Bone" was the film that nabbed that coveted Grand Jury Prize for Drama at Sundance 2010. It has its MOMA premiere on June 9th and TI assures you "Winter's Bone" has the grit and the grain that makes for the very best of American cinema. Full press release after the jump.