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Indie Idol Andrew Bujalski's 'Beeswax' is a Lo-Fi Standoutnew

Beeswax will surely lure Bujalski fans, but even those who think they hate mumblecore won't be disappointed by this tale. It's his best and most mature work to date, focusing on Austin, Texas twins Jeannie and Lauren.
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  Cheryl Eddy  |  09-10-2009  |  Reviews

Some of Your Beeswax: Director Andrew Bujalski Chatsnew

If the word “mumblecore” ever meant anything in the first place, it definitely had something to do with Andrew Bujalski. The lo-fi indie director of Funny Ha Ha and Mutual Appreciation debuted his third feature, Beeswax, in March, and speaks about the film festival favorite.
New York Press  |  Eric Kohn  |  08-06-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

A Postgrad State of Mindnew

Writer/director/actor Bujalski has been branded the “emo Cassavetes”: His movies have an astoundingly lifelike rhythm full of small moments that only add up to something bigger later on.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marrit Ingman  |  10-27-2006  |  Reviews

Colloquial Williamsburgnew

Fumbling Brooklyn hipsters fail to connect in Bujalski's fascinating micro-budget indie.
The Village Voice  |  J. Hoberman  |  08-30-2006  |  Reviews

Real Geniusnew

DIY sensation Funny Ha Ha operates at the speed of life.
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  Cheryl Eddy  |  08-10-2005  |  Reviews

Young Malaise in Sharp Focusnew

Writer-director Bujalski in his micro-budget film shows a superb knack for capturing real moments (the stuff that happens in between all the big moments) and the residue of our half-fulfilled inclinations.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marrit Ingman  |  07-14-2005  |  Reviews

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