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Film Journal Dec 3
'Film Journal' moves into a new era with the publication of its final issue and its merger with .
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Film Journal Nov 27
Inventing Big Screen Entertainment: Eighty years of innovations culminate in today's movie experience
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Film Journal Nov 27
'Stan & Ollie' is an engaging, affectionate portrait of a legendary comedy team at the twilight of their careers.
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Film Journal Nov 27
A More Diverse Spider-Verse: Sony's animated adventure features multiple superheroes
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Film Journal Nov 27
Legends of Exhibition: Saluting the pioneers of the movie theatre business
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Film Journal Nov 27
Insiders' Insights: FJI's encounters with the industry's top players
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Film Journal Nov 27
Take Two: 'Film Journal International' merges with 'Boxoffice' and looks back on 85 years
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Film Journal Nov 26
Bernardo Bertolucci died in Rome on Monday at the age of 77. 'FJI' looks back on our 2004 interview with the Italian master for his film 'The Dreamers'.
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Film Journal Nov 26
'Ralph Breaks the Internet' breaks the Thanksgiving box office with an $84.5 million debut
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Film Journal Nov 26
Harlem Serenade: brings 'Moonlight' magic to James Baldwin's
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Film Journal Nov 21
plays heavily on one of the most agonizing family and/or social problems in America today—and gets it exactly right when Julia Roberts cuts loose with the gut-wrenching fierceness of a mother’s love when confronting her drug-addicted son.
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Film Journal Nov 21
is a gorgeous tone poem of James Baldwin’s searing, political novel of young love in 1970s Harlem.
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Film Journal Nov 20
Sundance at Sunset: Iconic actor-director Robert Redford looks back on a six-decade career
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Film Journal Nov 20
Pawel Pawlikowski's is a visually stunning, formally immaculate and darkly romantic film.
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Film Journal Nov 20
Vista Cinema signs long-term agreement with Marcus Theatres
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Film Journal Nov 20
comes to art houses with live Q&A
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Film Journal Nov 20
Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck's is a gorgeous, entertaining drama.
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Film Journal Nov 20
wrestles with interwoven curiosities around media, pop culture, celebrity and violence.
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Film Journal Nov 20
Alfonso Cuarón’s is determined to make us see. To really see.
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Film Journal Nov 19
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