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Josephine Decker

by Greg Cwik Film Streaming Scene

Shirley | Josephine Decker

Describing Sofia Behrs Tolstaya, a diarist and photographer who remains better known as the wife of Leo Tolstoy, Elizabeth Hardwick wrote: “With her mangled intelligence, her operatic, intolerable frenzies of distress, she comes forth still with an almost menacing aliveness, saying it all like…

June 5, 2020
by Daniel Gorman Film Horizon Line

Madeline’s Madeline | Josephine Decker

Beware the pseudo-experimental feature film that begins with a declaration that ‘this is a metaphor.’ Madeline’s Madeline is the third feature film directed by Josephine Decker, but you’d never guess it based on how amateurish much of it is; the cinematography is blurry, murky, and wavers in and out…

August 10, 2018
by InRO Staff Festival Coverage Film

BAMcinemaFest 2018 – Dispatch 1

The 2018 BAMcinemaFest, the 10th edition of the annual festival, kicked off Wednesday and runs until Sunday, July 1st. It has, over the last decade, established itself as one of the best, most daringly curated selections of American independent filmmaking that moviegoers could ask for, undoubtedly the…

June 22, 2018
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