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Cutting Room for April 24

Hey you! Yes, you! Do you make movies? And given the Kardash-ification of America I should clarify: “Do you make movies that you WANT other people to see?” If so, Film Streams needs you! Filmmakers who are residents of (or full-time school attendees in) Nebraska, Iowa, or South Dakota are encouraged to send in their work for the Sixth Annual Local Filmmakers Showcase. You get a maximum of 3 submissions that must be...

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Let’s Not Be Gods

Midway through Ex Machina, writer/director Alex Garland’s taut thinker, super genius inventor Nathan (Oscar Isaac) tells human guinea pig Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson) that the invention of artificial intelligence was always a matter of when, not if. Here’s a thought: Could we, you know, not invent that? Let’s go ahead and risk missing out on the adorbs squeakin’ n’ beepin’ from R2D2 in order to avoid the first step in...

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College Crisis

There is a moment in the documentary The Hunting Ground when a male college student is tailgating and looks into the camera to complain, in total disbelief, “So just because I have sex with a girl and she said ‘no,’ that makes me a rapist?” Dangerously ignorant mentalities like that are exactly why The Hunting Ground, directed by Kirby Dick (The Invisible War), should not only be required viewing for all incoming...

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At the Intersection Between High Art and Slapstick

I Hate Hamlet by Paul Rudnick runs through May 10th on the Hawks Mainstage of the Omaha Community Playhouse. It tells the story of Andrew, a young television actor who’s been given the role of a lifetime, playing Hamlet in the park in New York City. The only problem is that he hates Hamlet. When he moves into his new place in New York, he soon finds out that it once belonged to acting legend John Barrymore. When...

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