I spent a good part of yesterday afternoon viewing Joe Lally's first film "The Black And White Maze Of The Painted Zebra"
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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.
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I remember being in the bar of the hotel El Embajador in Santo Domingo with Miss Sednaoui and her mentioning that she had just finished this movie. Well one sizziling V Mag layout later...it all makes sense now. Beautiful exploration of feminine sensuality by Madame DVF as a photographer too. Multiplicity of talent is the everything this decade
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Lovely Joe Lally just gave me this heads up on the amazing Marguerite Duras retrospective at the Anthology Film Archives. If you only know Duras as the screenwriter of Resnais incredible "Hiroshima Mon Amour" (or the controversial novelist of "The Lover") then here is a chance to experience her body of work in its full scope. Full details after the jump
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