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SUNDANCE PROFILE – DRUNKTOWN’s FINEST: Native American Filmmaker Comes of Age Within LGBT Genre

SUNDANCE PROFILE – DRUNKTOWN’s FINEST: Native American Filmmaker Comes of Age Within LGBT Genre

by H.S. Bayer The Sundance premiere of Drunktown’s Finest female filmmaker Sydney Freeland finally fulfilled the great expectations, for her first feature that its followers, from the Sundance Institute, Native Forum, Film Independent and Fest Founder Robert Redford, felt for the film this past January in Park City. It had been five years from when her fledgling 171

The Museum of Modern Art Presents Santiago Mitre ‘El Estudiante’ for Weeklong Engagement

Winner of Special Jury Prizes at BAFICI (Buenos Aires) and Locarno, and a highlight of the New York Film Festival, ‘The Student‘ charts the political awakening of a student at the University of Buenos Aires. In this tense and shrewdly observed bildungsroman, a brilliant successor to films like Jean-Luc Godard’s ‘Tout va bien‘ (1972) and

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