Science fiction, postmodern theory, and zombie-apocalypse survival tips blossom in Sundance Shorts.January 25th, 2013 | Neil Kendricks
Sci-fi, technology, and the apocalypse rule supreme in the array of short format programs at Sundance 2013. Neil Kendricks teases out the program's terrain—from emotionally detached to resonant. Jesse Atlas' Record/ Play and Jon Hurst's When Zombies Come were among his favorites.
PARK CITY, Utah – You don’t have to secure movie stars and high-production values to shine at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. What matters most are compelling stories anchored by believable and engaging protagonists who simultaneously hook emotions and intellectual curiosity.
Hermine Muskat talks with professionals in the field about how and why to prioritize still photography during production.January 23rd, 2013 | Hermine Muskat
Filmmakers Liz Canner and David Tames, photographers Aimee Spinks and Mikki Ansin, and film journalist Erin Trahan boil down the points of why capturing still photos should be a high priority during production.
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Kurt Brokaw selects "Koch," "Joe Papp in Five Acts," "AKA Doc Pomus," "Numbered," and "Audition" as his picks from the NYJFF.January 1st, 2013 | Kurt Brokaw
"Koch is one of us. He's family," writes Kurt Brokaw about the documentary that lifts up the imperfect politician. Koch is among Brokaw's critic's choices from the 22nd New York Jewish Film Festival, screening at Lincoln Center from January 9-24, 2013.
The 22nd Annual New York Jewish Film Festival plays at Lincoln Center January 9-24, 2013. Senior film critic Kurt Brokaw samples 45 films from nine countries and presents his critic’s choices.
(Neil Barsky. 2012. USA. 95 min.)