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The Maple Syrup in the Clam Chowder

by Steve Desroches As technology and tastes continue to change at a rapid pace, so too do our habits. Much has been made about the...

Not for the Faint of Heart

Sebastian Junger and Hell on Earth by Rebecca M. Alvin It’s no surprise that in the past two years there have been a lot of documentaries...

Complex Characters

The Cinema of Sofia Coppola by Rebecca M. Alvin A man drives his car in circles. Then he goes to a party at his house and...

A Gluten-Free Funeral for a Cat

by Steve Desroches There is perhaps no greater agent of change than death. And not just the death of a living being, but of an...

Springtime for Sisi

by Steve Desroches From Aristophanes to Voltaire to Stephen Colbert satire has long been a cultural tool to take those in power down a peg...

It’s Just A Movie

Jaws and the Seduction of Fear by Steve Desroches Swimming in the ocean became an entirely different affair after 1975.  For some, even going in a...

Home Movies

Short Documentaries Focus on New England at Film Fest by Steve Desroches For those who live in the region it sometimes takes a trip afar to...

All Roads Lead to Junction City

by Steve Desroches John Cameron Mitchell is driving through southern Florida and laughs at two side-by-side billboards he sees on the highway, one proclaiming Jesus...

Svadba

Boston Lyric Opera Comes  to Truro by Rebecca M. Alvin Weddings spark an array of emotions....

REVIEW: A Quiet Place

by Rebecca M. Alvin Since the dawn of the Sound Era, audio has been an underutilized component of filmmaking in the dominant film industry. Back...