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Film, Film Feature The Sky Keeps Falling!: A Short History of the Death of Cinema

The Sky Keeps Falling!: A Short History of the Death of Cinema

That the American cinema is deader than Dillinger is a fact no right-thinking observer unwilling to be laughed out of the room would even think of denying today. To do the current round of think-piece writers one better, we will…
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Calendar, Night&Day Firepower

Firepower

On March 8, Wafaa Bilal, a professor at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, turned his back into a canvas for our collective conscience. During a 24-hour tattoo session, a borderless map of Iraq was drilled full of dots representing…
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Calendar, Night&Day Get Touched

Get Touched

The San Francisco Silent Film Festival teams up with the German language institute to bring us the importance of being Ernst. Rare Silent Films by Ernst Lubitsch lives up to its name with everything from documentaries to Die Bergkatze. Aficionados…
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Calendar, Night&Day Overthrow Capitalism! Maybe.

Overthrow Capitalism! Maybe.

We are so confused. Partly, we were born that way. But also, at the moment, the s-word has us all, "Huh?" The McCain campaign, acting on a tip from not-Joe the not-Plumber, called Obama a socialist. Yet the far lefties…
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News, Dog Bites

Dog Bites

Overpriced Sports Star Joins Local Team Skip Bayless' farewell sports column for the Chicago Tribune began with three paragraphs about his fourth-grade crush on a student teacher (to illustrate how much he hates goodbyes), segued through his greatest journalistic hits,…
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