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What is it that defines a man, a real man? Aside from the obvious symbols that ultimately mean nothing, can a man just be? Can a man honestly respond to his deep-down nature because it is who he is? more
An official selection of the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, “Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North” follows Katrina Browne, the filmmaker, and nine of her cousins in their discovery that their ancestors belonged to the largest slave-trading family in U.S. history. more
Taos Pueblo filmmaker and playwright James Lujan has been teaching film classes at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) since 2012. Lujan is chair of the IAIA Cinematic Arts and Technology Department, where he teaches business of movies and screenwriting courses. more
Since the late 1800s, the fabled American Academy of Dramatic Arts (AADA) has gifted the world with a roster of luminaries schooled in the conservatory’s craft of storytelling as the purest form of human expression. From vaudeville to the golden ages of film and television, its students have found permanent places in our minds and hearts with their performances on the stage and on the big screen. more
In the second chapter of the “John Wick” trilogy of action films, the story picks up with the “hero” of our story smack in the middle of another super-nihilistic fight to the death, this time over his beloved Ford Mustang. more
There is a lot of vastness in the space between planets, but probably none as big as the plot holes in this manipulative teen romance. more
The 10th annual Taos Shortz Film Festival will be the final edition, according to executive director-founder Anna Cosentine. more
Right off the bat, I’m going to say what needs to be said: “La La Land” is flawed. Despite its mountain of accolades, it is not the best musical ever made. It does, however, accomplish what any serviceable musical must do: It dazzles. It excites. And, it will make you shrug off the grimy overcoat of today’s contentious reality to embrace a deliciously candy-colored cinematic fantasy as soon as that now-famous freeway traffic jam dance sequence hits the screen. more
Ron Howard's new documentary, "The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years," is sure to be a treat for anyone who admires the artistry and magic of the British rock quartet that captured the world's attention in the 1960s. more
The following were compiled from press materials. Hell or High Water MPAA rating: R for some strong violence, language throughout and brief sexuality Movies at the TCA Director David Mackenzie, working from a script by Taylor Sheridan, … more
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