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The Must See Art Film: “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry”

This Sundance Special Jury Prize-Winning Doc. Screens April 8 at Plaza Theater with Live Q& A with its Filmmaker Alison Klayman

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He’s China’s answer to Andy Warhol: Meet contemporary artist, conceptualist, “dissident for the digital age,” professional Black Jack master, political/cultural…

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Shirin Neshat: From Behind the Veil to Behind the Camera

International art star & Iranian filmmaker Shirin Neshat to present keynote at SCAD deFINE Art, Feb. 21, Atlanta

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Neshat weaves her potent messages via film, video, photography, song, and Islamic calligraphy and now she’s screening her recent feature film “Men without Women” at…

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Fashion Smack-Down at Versailles!

Local filmmaker Deborah Riley Draper debuts her fashion documentary “Versailles ‘73” in Atlanta this week with Cameron Silver

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Post-Cannes, first-time Atlanta filmmaker Deborah Riley Draper arrives on the cinema scene with a stylish splash with her fascinating documentary chronicling the famed 1973…

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People in Glass Houses…Who Like Film and Food

Feast on top food films and top chefs with Philip Johnson’s Glass House as the glowing backdrop June 9

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The Food Film Festival is taking a detour from its traditional NYC and Chicago locales for a trip to New Caanan, Conneticut, for a fab fusion of food, film and iconic…

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Heavy Mettle

As England’s “Iron Lady” Meryl Streep advances from Parliament to Prime Minister, mops up Communism & serves decent cups of tea

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The filmmakers’ decision to employ flashbacks and loopy non-linear sequences that don’t advance the historical narrative may be off-putting to some, but Streep carries…

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My Week with Marilyn and The Artist

Two meta-movies about the making of movies, with no bigger agenda than to delight & entertain, have Oscar written all over them

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Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe and Jean Dujardin as a vintage matinee idol in the style of Valentino carry these captivating flicks for cinephiles.

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