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Daily Archives: June 13, 2014

Like novels, plays, and other forms of art, movies sometimes have a lot more going on beneath their surfaces than it would seem. Writers and directors have often used the medium not just to tell stories, but to make moral or political points, and sometimes it’s this latter goal that’s actually the primary intention motivating a project’s inception. The following… Read more »

13 June 2014 | Features, Film Lists

Krzysztof Kieslowski has shaped the cinema of the past 35 years from his days of documentary filmmaking up to his international coproduction’s that would serve as his last testament to the cinema, which he loved and acknowledged throughout his filmography. From his early television films for Polish television to European art house fame, his cinema defined the self-reflexive nature of… Read more »

13 June 2014 | Features, Film Lists