Let’s face it, Katherine wasn’t kidding when she said, “April is the cruellest month.”
- The animated works of Karen Aqua come together in a special retrospective exhibition at the Harvard Film Archive.
- The 1951 adaptation of Richard Wright’s novel Native Son has been largely forgotten by film historians and cinephiles the world over. Nevertheless, a fully restored remaster as a gift to President Obama lends the film status as a significant archival piece of Black Cinema.
- For those who get turned on by movie data and statistics, a charge of which I am guilty, Polygraph combines the two by taking the mere perception of white male domination in film and breaking it down into meaningful numbers.
- Nerdwriter1 explores Lars Von Trier’s Melancholia and its visual portrayal of depression.
- Nicolas Winding Refn ranks his favorite horror films.
- Another one for movie chart fans, Xach turns the current 2016 box-office numbers into a visual display.
Next Monday, we’ll bring a whole set new links from the best movie stuff on the rest of the Internet!
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