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Lee Jutton has directed short films starring a killer toaster, a killer Christmas tree, and a not-killer leopard. Her writing appears in publications such as Bitch: A Feminist Response to Pop Culture, Bitch Flicks, TV Fanatic, and Just Press Play. When not watching, making or writing about films, she can usually be found at Red Bull Arena in New Jersey.

SORRY TO BOTHER YOU: A Surreal Social Satire That's Perfect For Right Now

Sorry to Bother You is the perfect film for this particular moment - a moment that feels defined by the struggles of the ordinary

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BOOM FOR REAL: A Time Capsule Of The Early Days Of Basquiat

Boom For Real is an eye-opening look at how one unique artist was molded and inspired by the time and place in which he

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LOVE, CECIL: A Worthy Portrait of A Life Devoted to Beauty

By showing Cecil Beaton the respect he deserves, while also not shying away from the less pleasant sides of his personality, Love, Cecil is

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We were able to speak with Adam Sobel, director of the documentary The Workers Cup, focusing on labor camps in Qatar in preparation for

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THE WORKERS CUP: A Poignant & Painful Look At The Humanity Behind The Spectacle

As the 2018 World Cup quickly approaches, The Workers Cup serves as an uncomfortable reminder of the humanity behind one of the world’s most

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AMERICAN ANIMALS: A Portrait Of American Ugliness

American Animals’ artistic merits are not enough to make the men at the center of the story worth caring about for its duration.

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Kicking + Screening Soccer Film Festival Roundup

If you’re a fan of film and/or soccer it's impossible not to find things to like in all of these films, which played at

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THE TWO OF US: A Surprisingly Heartwarming Depiction of Childhood During Wartime

On the eve of its 50th anniversary, Claude Berri's autobiographical drama The Two Of Us remains as heartwarming as ever, offering a look at

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Haifaa al-Mansour's Mary Shelley, helped along greatly by Elle Fanning's powerful performance, will summon up all of one’s righteous feminist anger and make one

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LU OVER THE WALL: Sugary Sweet, A Little Messy & Oh So Strange

Lu Over the Wall combines a basic coming-of-age story with folkloric legend to concoct a tale of self-discovery that is incredibly messy, but also

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