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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?

 

I See Clay People

Before Pixar flexed its artistic muscle (a muscle they could stand to exercise more frequently these days), the message in American animated films ranged from “always be true to yourself” to “always be true to yourself and also get heterosexually married.” Paranorman isn’t about self-confidence or individual expression. It’s about how people can be huge, cruel dicks. Specifically, when confronted by those with...


Movieha! - Omaha’s Favorite Movie Podcast

Hello, howdy, and hiya! Welcome to the next installment in our podcast's slide into total debauchery. This week we talk about Terry Gilliam and fantasize about the cast of The Expendables 3. We meet Seven Psychopaths, examine the legacy of The Bourne Legacy, and bless God Bless America with some hakus. Give 'er a listen!

On Your Radar: Seven Psychopaths

If you liked In Bruges and love psychosis, have I get...


Cutting Room for August 17

  • Having met him once through green screen magic, Tom Hanks now wants to get to the bottom of who really offed JFK. Parkland is an indie drama produced by the man once known as the “nicest in Hollywood” and now known as simply “that one guy from that awful Julia Roberts movie.” It’s unclear if Hanks will star, but I think I have a suspicion as to who the film may conclude is the killer. Does Lieutenant Dan have...


Chinese Art Attack

It’s impossible not to watch Ai Weiwei, dubbed by some as the “Chinese Andy Warhol,” tell his motherland to eff right on off without thinking one thing first and foremost: That dude has got some Buddha-sized stones. Although Ai may possess the street art cred and pop culture popularity of Warhol, paintings of a Campbell’s soup can never inspired fear in the heart of an oppressive regime; oh, and nobody ever gave...


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Sunset Song

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

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A nonstop mutant fight club with little plot, thin characters and a whole lotta fun!

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The Witch

A boring "horror" movie in which the scariest thing is the hygeine of American pilgrims. 

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Francofonia

An uncomplicated but visually experimental documentary simplistically arguing: "Museums good."

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