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Film Review: ‘Wonderstruck’ Striking But Not Among Haynes’ Finest

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By Joe Fritts We get a film from Todd Haynes once every 3.25 years, on average. His break between I’m Not There and Carol was eight years long, if you don’t count the HBO remake of Mildred Pierce. It was well worth the wait, too, since the result of that hiatus was the emotionally connected…

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Ten Movies You Can’t Miss In October

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October is finally here and that means one thing. No, not the opportunity to dress in a thong and feathery angel’s wings for Halloween…although, that makes two things we love about the month. The other one is officially the beginning of Oscar-bait movie season. You know, movies made for adults. Here are 10 movies we’re…

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Director Todd Haynes Dives Deep Into The Velvet Underground

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At The Locarno Film Festival screening of his new film, Wonderstruck, queer auteur Todd Haynes revealed to Variety that his next project would focus on legendary rock band, The Velvet Underground. No stranger to music-related subject matter, this will be his first documentary and will be produced in conjunction with long-time creative partner Christine Vachon…

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The Oscars Could Be Very Gay Again Next Year

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When Moonlight won the Academy Award for best picture in February, it was the first time in the 89 year history of the awards that a queer-themed film had claimed that honor. Can history repeat itself in 2018? It could be a gay old time at the Oscars again next year with a quartet of…

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Todd Haynes Wonderstruck To Be Centerpiece of NY Film Festival

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Organizers of the New York Film Festival have chosen Todd Haynes’ latest work, Wonderstruck, as the Centerpiece selection for this year’s fest. The film garnered solid reviews and Oscar talk when it premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in May. Amazon Studios produced the film, adapted from Brian Selznick’s 2011 YA novel of the same…

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