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Leah Meyerhoff, “I Believe in Unicorns”

Leah Meyerhoff, writer/director of “I Believe in Unicorns,” talks about making her first feature film while still a NYU grad student. Continue reading

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Fort Tilden

A funny and smart look at New York City Millennial women flailing and failing to make it to the beach, and through life. Continue reading

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Bluebird

Spare and bleak, “Bluebird” is about a life-changing event in a blue-collar community, and how it reverberates through various lives. Continue reading

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I Believe in Unicorns

There’s not a whole lot of story to “I Believe in Unicorns,” but the evocative imagery and convincing performances buoy it along. Continue reading

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Kumiko the Treasure Hunter

“Kumiko the Treasure Hunter” is the sort of movie destined to be loved by critics, and not many others. Continue reading

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Big Significant Things

A one-man road trip movie, “Big Significant Things” heralds a mature star-making performance by Harry Lloyd. Continue reading

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Skook

Just 72 minutes long, “Skook” has the feel of a rehearsal for something bigger and grander. Continue reading

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Homemakers

“Homemakers,” much like its lead character, never manages to reach maturity. Continue reading

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Liv and Ingmar

Liv and Ingmar is a film about passion, love and the enduring connection two spirits can have. It is wonderfully romantic yet tragically sad. Continue reading

“TINY” co-directors Christopher Smith and Merete Mueller

Merete Mueller, co-director of the documentary “TINY: A Story About Living Small,” talks about making the film and her personal journey. Continue reading

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