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Manohla Darkness
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Manohla Darkness 1h
Still hope it opens there...
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From what I understand there’s not much extant material, but this box includes important work from Marion E. Wong and Zora Neale Hurston
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Saba Hamedy 5h
"The real reason we are here is simple. The state chose to pass a law it knew was unconstitutional to endorse a decades-long campaign, fueled by national interest groups, to ask the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade"
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Manohla Darkness 5h
This wonderful 6-disc set includes a trove of films from early female directors like Alice Guy Blaché, Ida May Park, Lois Weber and Marion E. Wong. Heartfelt thanks to those who made this happen, including scholar-curator , Kino Classics and the Library of Congress
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This wonderful 6-disc set includes a trove of films from early female directors like Alice Guy Blaché, Ida May Park, Lois Weber and Marion E. Wong. Heartfelt thanks to those who made this happen, including scholar-curator , Kino Classics and the Library of Congress
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The Situation Room 7h
.: ”Are you letting the Saudis get away with murder, murdering a journalist?" President Trump: “No. This is about America First. They’re paying us $400 billion plus to purchase and invest in our country.”
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William Gibson 7h
I dread this daily, now.
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Manohla Darkness 6h
this is a wonderful appreciation
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Manohla Darkness 7h
ha! my unconscious speaks the truth (overlord of overload)
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Netflix is not a major Hollywood studio; it is, with Amazon, our new overload and will soon rule all (WEEPS)
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Manohla Darkness 7h
let's hope! this is all the info I have now, but I'll share more as I get it
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Manohla Darkness 7h
yes, I am your old friend (and I'm saying hello)
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On December 14, "Roma" also opens theatrically here: Des Moines; Santa Rosa; East Bay; New Orleans; San Diego; Springfield, MO; Humboldt, CA; Orlando, FL; Salem, OR; Rochester, NY; Williamstown, MA; Tucson, AZ; Santa Fe; Charlottesville, VA (check your local listings!)
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Manohla Darkness 7h
On December 14, "Roma" opens theatrically in Denver; Indianapolis; Santa Cruz; St. Louis; Albany; Portland; Cleveland; Ann Arbor; Kansas City; Milwaukee; Las Vegas; Salinas, CA; Fresno, CA (and, yes, check your local listings)
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On December 6, "Roma" ("a masterpiece" sez me) opens in Atlanta; Austin; Boston; Chicago; Dallas; Houston; Miami; Minneapolis; Philadelphia; Phoenix; Seattle; Washington, DC - again, check your local listings
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Manohla Darkness 7h
More "Roma" theater information: on 11/29, it expands in New York and Los Angeles markets (Santa Barbara & Palm Springs), and opens theatrically in San Francisco. Check your local listings.
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Emily Yoshida 9h
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