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The 10th annual Elkhorn Valley/BEA D7 Film and Media Conference

 

Once, Again

 

Speaking of Unholy Abominations…

 

Never Go “Full Arthouse”

 

Ride this Dragon

 

United in Praise

 

Cutting Room for May

 

Twitter Wars: A New Nope

 

Can Mew Dig It?

 

For Lack of Mouthwash

From the seemingly infinite production companies behind World War Z, the must see movie of next summer is Ninja Squirrel Poets* (*note: does not actually feature ninjas, squirrels or poetry). As has been well publicized, Brad Pitt’s company, Plan B, snapped up the rights to Max Brooks’ thoughtful, faux-historical retrospective novel and then promptly scrapped everything but the title. Turns out, they disregarded...


Cutting Room for June 14

  • Hey you! Yeah, YOU! You make-a the movie? If you make-a the movie then Film Streams want-a you movie! The fourth annual Local Filmmakers Showcase is for you, if you live-a in Nebraska, Iowa or South Dakota (we got-a loose definition of “local”). Submit-a you movie now! You got-a until July 26, but don’t-a wait! Use-a you computer to go to filmstreams.org and get-a the details. This has been-a local movie news...


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I Kent Believe It Got Better!

Superman is lame. Fight it all you want to, DC Comic loyalists, but there’s a reason people cheer whenever Batman bests him. Consumed by a fetishized, flag-waving patriotism that makes his status as a full-fledged illegal alien somewhat hilarious these days, Superman is basically an American god. Invulnerable, infallible (at least in terms of his moral compass) and inapproachable to most of us (as we don’t relate...


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Sunset Song

A sullen Scottish tale of dour depression, somehow told and played beautifully.

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