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Daily Archives: November 11, 2016

Edward Hopper (1882 – 1967) is considered by many as the painter with the cinematic eye. Born and raised in a bourgeois New York neighborhood, the painter took an early interest in depicting American Life. Starting with early black and white etchings and finishing with paintings that took a prominent place in American culture, the realism of Edward Hopper has… Read more »

11 November 2016 | Features, Film Lists

“One of the most polarizing movies in recent years.” – Richard Roeper   Stranger in a strange land Geometric circular shapes coalesce and converge in an abstract play of light and gloom, almost like a constellation or the orbital trajectory of planets, until, looming large, a sinister eye seems to burst into being, staring directly at us, the audience, or,… Read more »

11 November 2016 | Features, Reviews