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Cannes Do

1947 was a special year which forever altered the trajectory of human history.  India gained its independence from Britain, Arnold Schwarzenegger was born, and the Festival du Film de Cannes was properly inaugurated a year after its founding.  To be honest, it’s a wonder that the world was turning prior to ’47. Cannes has since […]

20 “Foreign” Films to Die For (Preferably After Viewing)

As I thought about how best to commemorate this our twentieth issue, I came to the unfortunate realization that my piece would have to incorporate the number twenty.  Even more discouraging was that by necessity (aka a shoddy showing of ideas from the old brainbox), “twenty” was going to have to present itself in some […]