Question of the Week: What’s your favorite contemporary black & white films?

This week's question is inspired by Sin City: A Dame to Kill For screening Tuesday night. Boy it's been ages, almost a decade to be exact, since the first film was released. To be honest with you, I don't remember much about the story but the visual certainly is striking. The graphic novel came to live …

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Indie Review: Caesar Must Die (2012)

Inmates at a high-security prison in Rome prepare for a public performance of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar." I have to admit I haven't seen too many Shakespeare's plays in my day but even if I did, this would probably stand as the most unique of all of them. That's because it's set in Italy's Rebibbia Prison …

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Minneapolis St Paul International Film Festival (MSPIFF) – April 11-28

I'm so glad to live in a city where arts & culture thrive and are celebrated year round. Well, the biggest film event of the state, The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival today or MSPIFF for short, opens today! I'll be picking up my Press Pass later this afternoon. Thanks to the Festival Coordinator (Eric) …

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