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Staff Inquiry: Movies That Make Us Cry

For this Staff Inquiry, we examine the films that make us cry, with examples ranging from the personal to overall moving manifestations of life's

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Escape to New York: An interview with Ana Asensio, director, writer and star of Most Beautiful Island

After years as a struggling actress, Ana Asensio decided to try get her own project off the ground. A year after it's SXSW premiere,

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Portrait of Mike Ott from the 2017 Champs-Elysees Film Festival in France. Photo by Julien Labrosse

We had the chance to talk with Mike Ott, director of fiction/non-fiction blend CALIFORNIA DREAMS, about documentary filmmaking and about the fine line between

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Time Crisis: TWELVE MONKEYS

Twelve Monkeys is Terry Gilliam's dystopian vision of time travel, in which everything that happens is inevitable, probing into questions of the meaning and

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Fantasy Science Pt. 2: The Turing Test & EX MACHINA

If you are even remotely familiar with technology, science fiction, or the world of computers, you've probably heard the phrase 'Turing test'. Let's explore

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Dinner With Dames #14, With Kimberley Browning (Recap)

For Dinner With Dames #14, Cinefemme gathered a group of women filmmakers to dine with the night's mentor, Kimberley Browning, producer, executive producer of

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