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2013 BFF Capsule Review: ‘Furever’

2013 BFF Capsule Review: ‘Furever’

‘Furever’, Amy Finkel’s new documentary about post-mortem pet preservation, is a focused look at an obscure topic. Yet the film succeeds as more than a curiosity because it hits on emotions and fears that people can identify with. We all dread the deaths of loved ones. And when they’re gone, it’s hard to say goodbye.

Tribeca Profile: Leonard Retel Helmrich, Hetty Naaijkens-Retel Helmrich (Co-Directors) & In-Soo Radstake (Producer) – ‘RAW HERRING’

The Dutch Herring (Hollandse Nieuwe Haring) has been the cultural staple, the nutritional cornerstone and the economic driving force behind the traditional Netherlands experience for over a thousand years. Within the fishermen community, the Dutch avow premiership, navigating the North Sea with technologically advanced precision that few have managed to replicate. The precious schools of

Tribeca Review: ‘KILL TEAM’

Directed by Dan Krauss Official selection at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival ‘Kill Team‘ is a documentary that centers on the Maywand District killings. In the summer of 2010, during the War in Afghanistan, three Afghan civilians were murdered by a group of rogue U.S. Army soldiers who referred to themselves as the “Kill Team”.

Review: Holy Motors

HOLY MOTORS Written & Directed by Leos Carax Starring Denis Lavant, Edith Scob, Eva Mendes & Kylie Minogue Opening in NYC @ Film Forum on Wednesday, October 17 All the world is a stage, and in French new, New Wave Auteur Leos Carax ‘Holy Motors’ that stage spans the scope of all humanist livelihood; from

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