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Alex Arabian is a film critic, journalist, and freelance filmmaker. His work has been featured in the San Francisco Examiner, AwardsCircuit.com, and PopMatters.com. His favorite film is Edward Scissorhands. It goes without saying that not all films are good, per se, but he believes that he owes the artists contributing to the medium film analyses that are insightful, well-informed, and respectful to craft. Check out more of his work on makingacinephile.com!

Interview With Bel Powley, Star Of WILDLING

We were able to talk with Bel Powley about her experiences in acting and about her role in the upcoming werewolf horror film Wildling.

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With the help of Theron and Davis' magnetic chemistry, Cody and Reitman's synergy, and an intricate yet touching story about motherhood, Tully perfectly blends

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THE RIDER: Chloé Zhao's Haunting Masterpiece (SFIFF Review)

Director Chloe Zhao follows up her debut film with an outstanding sophomore feature, The Rider, that in a just world would see her get

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On The Red Carpet With Jason Sudeikis, Star Of KODACHROME

Alex Arabian spoke with Jason Sudeikis on the red carpet of upcoming Netflix film Kodachrome at San Francisco International Film Festival, about working with

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"Do you want to hear a story? Do you want me to tell you about the wildling? His teeth are long and sharp like

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AN ORDINARY MAN: Silberling At The Top Of His Game

Despite An Ordinary Man's ultra slow pace, it contains a superb score, Silberings's minimalistic story and grand direction, and Kingsley and Hilmar's respective tour-de-forces,

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ALL I WISH: A Strong Stone Can't Save This Film From Mediocrity

Susan Walters' All I wish offers a minimally interesting story, but serves up some fine performances from Sharon Stone, Ellen Burstyn, Liza Lapira,

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FATHER FIGURES: Drags On Despite An All-Star Cast

Father Figures is a swing and a miss, lacking enough entertaining or cogent material to sell this half-hearted comedy.

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We spoke with Anders Walter about the making of I Kill Giants, what draws him to the intersection of fantasy and death in storytelling,

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MIDNIGHTERS: A Perfectly Watchable Midnight Thriller

Midnighters doesn't ask too much from the audience. Respectfully, it knows what it is: a popcorn thriller with style and a bit of substance,

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