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A War (Krigen) (Tobias Lindholm, 2015) Reviewed by Christopher Llewellyn Reed In the Oscar-nominated Danish film A War, director Tobias Lindholm tackles important issues of the moral responsibilities and ethical repercussions ...

Son of Saul Offers an Unflinching, Personal Portrayal of the Holocaust, A Film Review by Christopher Llewellyn Reed Welcome to hell. From the very first moments of Hungarian first-time feature-director László Nemes’ Oscar-nominated ...

A Video Artist and The Art of Social Media by Rachel Bone Every day for the past three years, hundreds of thousands of people have watched six second clips of ...

Jed Dietz, Founding Director of the MD Film Festival, and the soon-to-be Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway Film Center by Cara Ober Baltimore’s Parkway Theatre transports you exactly one hundred years back ...

The BMA’s Black Box screening of Ricerche: three by Kelly Johnson Art spaces are often considered safe havens for the discussion of seemingly “radical” subjects—politics, identity, inequities, etc. Based on several ...

Crocodile Gennadiy and Field Niggas reviewed by John Barry Lex and 125th, meet Mariupol, Ukraine. Field Niggas, meet Crocodile Gennadiy. I’m not sure whether that association was random or pre-ordained, but, ...

Dylan Hans on Director Heather Courtney's documentary war film screened at MICA There were only four people in the theater for the screening of Where Soldiers Come From, but I am certain ...

Freddie Gray Protests, Cleanup, and Community Efforts in Baltimore: Video shot by Daniel Contaldo on Friday, May 1, 2015.

The sneaky smarts of Theresa Columbus' silliness in Chaza Show Choir By Bret McCabe Something strange is afoot in the musical film Chaza Show Choir, and every time you think ...

Larry Clark in Amsterdam by Kerr Houston The March 1962 issue of Harper’s included a real gem of an essay: on page 31, readers encountered the opening paragraphs of Leo ...

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