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‘Fortitude’ Folliesnew

Everything the cult-hit show gets wrong about Svalbard.
Icepeople  |  Mark Sabbatini  |  02-18-2016  |  TV

Movie Madness: A Bracket-Busting Look at a Year at the Moviesnew

The Elite Eight: Brooklyn, Inside Out, The Martian, Room, Son of Saul, Spotlight, Star Wars VII, Train Wreck.
Boise Weekly  |  George Prentice  |  12-23-2015  |  Movies

Laverne Cox Talks About Trans Rights and Racial Justicenew

The transgender star of “Orange Is the New Black” explains the intersection of racism and transphobia before a capacity crowd at Wake Forest University.
Triad City Beat  |  Jordan Green  |  10-08-2015  |  Profiles & Interviews

Game of Thrones for Noobsnew

Game of Thrones has become a downright phenomenon. And while the books certainly made author George RR Martin into some kind of rockstar, the HBO series has exploded into a pop-culture powerhouse in its own right. But what about those of us who never read the books or watched the show before now? This is the review series for you.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Alex De Vore  |  04-13-2015  |  TV

Before Boyhoodnew

Oscar-nominated director Richard Linklater shot part of his first feature film in Missoula, where he explored some of the techniques and themes that have since made him famous.
Missoula Independent  |  Ted McDermott  |  02-19-2015  |  Movies

Extraordinary Women, Extraordinary Filmsnew

These films offer moments that will resonate with parents of teenagers all over the world.
Boise Weekly  |  Marcia Franklin  |  02-19-2015  |  Movies

Movie Madness: A Bracket-Busting Look at a Year at the Moviesnew

From hundreds of films, we narrow it down to 32, then it's the Sweet 16, Elite 8, Final Four and the Two Best.
Boise Weekly  |  George Prentice  |  12-24-2014  |  Movies

Why Is Kim Jong-un So Afraid of Seth Rogen?new

Sony assumed North Korea would hate the movie. The question was: What would it do?
L.A. Weekly  |  Amy Nicholson  |  12-15-2014  |  Movies

Citizenfour: Traitor or Patriot?new

Reexamining our balance of power.
Boise Weekly  |  George Prentice  |  11-12-2014  |  Movies

Idaho Horror Film Festival 2014new

People love a good a scare, and the Idaho Horror Film Festival is giving Boiseans what they crave with three days of classic, contemporary, feature-length and short horror films--plus a whole lot more.
Boise Weekly  |  Amy Atkins  |  10-16-2014  |  Movies

Filthy and Respectable — a Q&A with John Watersnew

The famed director and Pope of Trash rides a wave of recent success into a celebratory show for the Tampa International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival's 25th.
Creative Loafing (Tampa)  |  Julie Garisto  |  10-02-2014  |  Profiles & Interviews

Oh Canada: We Do Love Your Film Festivalnew

392 films, 28 screens and a lot of popcorn.
Boise Weekly  |  George Prentice  |  09-04-2014  |  Movies

Life in Dark and Lightnew

Roger Ebert's life story, told in the format he loved so much, is one of the year's best films.
Tucson Weekly  |  Bob Grimm  |  07-29-2014  |  Movies

The Three 'B's' of Summer Movies: Blockbusters, B-Grades and Bustsnew

10 movies you must see; 10 more that you can wait for to appear at the discount theater; and 10 movies that, if you do see, we'll never talk to you again.
Boise Weekly  |  George Prentice  |  05-21-2014  |  Movies

Sprout Film Festival: Growing Awarenessnew

"It is a powerful way to showcase the unique talents and abilities of people with [disabilities] and it highlights the incredible possibilities within them and all of us, really."
Boise Weekly  |  Ashley Miller  |  04-30-2014  |  Movies

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