The Disasters of War

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The Disasters of War

"Against Authority: The Cinema of Masaki Kobayashi" comes to BAMPFA

 

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What's Art Got to Do With It?

The Art of Self Defense is so repellent it's energy-sapping.

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They'll Always Have Hydra

Leonard Cohen’s life and career get the full Nick Broomfield in Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love.

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In a Stupor with 'Stuber'

The most revolting movie of the summer?

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Midsommar Clearance Sale

Ari Aster’s European vacation is unintentionally funny.

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Toni Morrison Paints It Black

Portrait of the Nobel Prize-winning author, ‘Toni Morrison: The Pieces That I Am,’ tells it like it is.

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Who Caught Your Dinner?

Eye-opening Ghost Fleet gives us something new to feel guilty about.

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Diamantino: Ain’t That a Kick in the Head?

Dumbbell soccer-star satire plays with puppies. Puppies aren’t enough.

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Being Frank : Papa Was a Rolling Stone

Family sitcom turns into depressing melodrama before our eyes.

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Attack of the Hipsters: The Dead Don’t Die

Worn-out movie subgenres don’t die either. Ask Jim Jarmusch.

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Leave Crime to the Professionals

Alexandre Landry and Maripier Morin star in The Fall of the American Empire.

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57,000 Channels and Nothing's On

TV-show insider comedy Late Night makes its points, but needs sharper laughs.

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He's Not Alone: The Last Black Man in San Francisco

Director Joe Talbot's debut feature is truly sad, but rewarding.

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Stop, What's That Sound? Only the Echo in the Canyon

Rockumentary wanders around a storied LA locale.

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Rocketman: The Lonely Kid Who Sold 300 Million Records

Nostalgic Elton John bio is an enjoyable bit of myth-making.

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Woodstock: Three Days that Defined a Generation: Peace, Love, Rock, and a People-Watcher's Paradise

Entertaining new doc fills in the story, 50 years later.

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