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SXSW Review: Kick-Ass

March 14, 2010
SXSW Review:  Kick-Ass

SXSW started off opening night of the 2010 film festival with the world premiere of Kick-Ass in the historic Paramount theater in downtown Austin.  Red Carpet arrivals preceded the screening, and several cast and crew members stayed after the film for a Q&A. Make no mistake about it, Chloe Moretz (500 Days of Summer)...
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SXSW Review: ‘American: The Bill Hicks Story’

March 13, 2010
SXSW Review: ‘American: The Bill Hicks Story’

I’ve never heard of Bill Hicks before this movie. In fact, when I first heard about the film, I thought it was a fan mockumentary about Kevin Smith’s character Gil Hicks, the sorry sap from Mallrats whose idea of showing a girl a nice time opened with letting her shop at the places she...
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KC FilmFest wrap up

April 28, 2009

This year two local film festivals were combined into KC FilmFest.   The Kansas City Jubilee Film Festival was a juried shorts festival, and FilmFest KC was a curated festival. The new festival contains some juried and  some curated features (juried films are judged, curated movies are not.)  All foreign films were curated.  All...
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Live podcast with Rian Johnson

April 26, 2009
Live podcast with Rian Johnson

From KC Filmfest After the screening of  The Brothers Bloom, audience members who stuck around after the show got a rare treat. Jeff Goldsmith of Creative Screenwriting Magazine recorded a live podcast with director Rian Johnson.   A few weeks ago I was listening to a Filmspotting podcast and I heard a great story. Chris White...
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Movie Review: The Brothers Bloom

April 26, 2009
Movie Review: The Brothers Bloom

A smart, funny film with sentiment An unwritten life.  That is what Adrien Brody’s character longs for in The Brothers Bloom, the latest film from indie breakout writer/director Rian Johnson.  Johnson’s first major release Brick (2005)  was a film noir nestled in a high school setting.  In contrast, this is a light hearted romp.
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