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Our critics recommend... | Philadelphia Inquirer | 01/24/2010
51 R (profanity, alcohol abuse, adult themes) - SR Fantastic Mr. Fox The fur flies in Wes Anderson's stop-motion-animation gem about an erudite predator and

A Minute With: Joseph Gordon-Levitt at Sundance
I get it -- the makeup and costume and character. So, the decision process went like this. They asked me if I wanted the role, and I said 'no.

Spare Times: For Children
This interactive show also includes a recreated room from the Ottoman period (about 1900), where young archaeologists can dress in costume.

The Big Screen Bulletin 02.01.10: Avatar Still #1
The Big Screen Bulletin 02.01.10: Avatar Still #1 Cap's costume will be make or break and I hope they lean towards the uniform he wore in The Ultimates. Not exactly like it, but in spirit.

Pernell Roberts, 'Bonanza' and 'Trapper John' star, dies
"Accustomed to freely moving from part to part, now being in a wildly popular show, without costume changes, about three grown men living at home with their

Find fun things to do in February in Springfield and the surrounding area
4-16, venues through Eureka Springs, Ark. Festivities include masquerade balls, costume contests, parades, pub-crawls, music, food and a parade at 2 pm Feb.

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Set in late-'60s suburban Minneapolis, the Coen brothers' relatively low profile but highly effective dark comedy focuses on Larry Gopnik, a timid Jewish

Define Frenzy: BAMcinemaFest and Queer Mythology

Palmieri and Mosher, examining Eureka Springs in Arkansas as paradoxical in the ways its Christian culture intersects with its queer culture, frequently juxtapose a performance of Eureka Springs’ retelling of the last days of Jesus Christ, called... “Define Frenzy” is a series essays published throughout Pride Month attempting to explore new queer readings or underseen queer films as a way to show the expansiveness of what queerness can be on screen. Fairly explicitly, The Gospel of Eureka , the new film directed by Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher, narrated by Mx Justin Vivian Bond, sets itself out to be a kind of mythology and, to some degree, a look at self-mythology.


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