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June 17, 2014

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Oscar Podcast Preview – When No Country for Old Men Couldn’t Lose

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“He’s a psychopathic killer but so what.” “You seem like a man who wouldn’t want to waste a chair.” “If the road you followed has led you to this, of what use was the road?” “The coin ain’t got no say.” “I’m just looking for what’s coming.” “But you never see that. Beer. That’s what coming.” “That’s foolish. You pick the one right tool.” “Are you going to shoot me?”…

Special Screening Invite for AD Readers in Los Angles for Coherence

Special Screening Invite for AD Readers in Los Angles for Coherence

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If you want to go on June 19, please click this link for an invite! At the Vista Theater, 4473 Sunset. Check out this write-up from Jeff Wells at Hollywood-Elswhere: If you live in Los Angeles or New York, James Ward Byrkit‘s cerebral but quite chilling Coherence is the film to see this weekend. Definitely. Anyone can make an “uh-oh, something’s not right, weird things are happening” movie, but the…

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Under the Radar: Other Films to Catch during Blockbuster Season

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by Jordan Ruimy Here are a few films that I think are worth paying attention to. Take for example Kelly Reichardt, whose “Night Moves” premiered earlier last year at the Toronto Film Fest. Reichardt is a filmmaker who doesn’t adhere to any conventions, and a film by this talented female writer-director has in a way become a convention in itself. If you’ve seen “Old Joy”, “Wendy and Lucy”, or “Meek’s…