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February 18, 2020

by InRO Staff Festival Coverage Film

Neighboring Scenes 2020

February 18, 2020

Neighboring Scenes ends its short Film at Lincoln Center engagement today, and we are happy to be covering it for the first time in this, its fifth year. Celebrating contemporary Latin American cinema, in its myriad forms and cinematic modes, Neighboring Scenes uses big tickets (last year it was Carlos Reygadas’s Our Time) to draw an audience, before exposing them to plenty of recent, smaller scale work by filmmakers emerging from the region’s rapidly evolving industry. Below, compiled in this…

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#BlockbusterBeat by Steven Warner Film

Downhill | Nat Faxon & Jim Rash

The majority of American moviegoers probably have no idea that the new comedy Downhill is a remake of 2014’s French/Swedish co-production Force Majeure, directed by Ruben Ostlund. And so, in an bid at fairness and imagination, this review will attempt to abstain from comparison…

February 18, 2020
#KickingtheCanon by Brendan Nagle Music

Eno | Here Come the Warm Jets

Brian Eno will always be best known for his invention of ambient music (or at least its coinage) and for his work as the producer extraordinaire behind such classics as Remain In Light, The Joshua Tree, and Bowie’s Berlin Trilogy, but the avant garde,…

February 18, 2020
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