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Stories We Tell

Stories We Tell is a 2012 documentary film directed by Sarah Polley and the film follows Sarah Polley as she learns about herself, her paternal father... Continue reading

Burning Down The House

 

We’re living in one of many adaptation-crazed times in film history: it seems that production companies have run out of new stories and are staking... Continue reading

Oscar Nomination Reactions

For the past five years now, I have been up early to watch the Oscar nominations live. Granted, I had early classes in high school, I had to be up any... Continue reading

Frances Ha

This Friday, January 20th, FilmScene will begin playing two movies featuring Greta Gerwig – Frances Ha and Jackie, both regarded with high acclaim and... Continue reading

Jackie (2016)

“The darkness may never go away” the priest says, knowingly. “But it won’t always be this heavy.”

Medicine for Melancholy

This Friday, November 18th, FilmScene will be playing what is arguably the most acclaimed movie of the year, Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight. Before Moonligh... Continue reading

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