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  • IFC Films continues the SXSW Film Festival On Demand

    The South By Southwest Film Festival is over, but IFC Films is keeping some of its entries available via On Demand to cable subscribers. IFC Festival Direct is making five of its SXSW titles available to on demand viewers until June 11, including Australian drama Three Blind Mice, Joe Swanberg's latest romantic drama Alexander the Last, director Joe Maggio's drama Paper Covers Rock, the arresting Bulgarian noir Zift, and 2008 SXSW film fest darling Medicine for Melancholy.
  • A British director's compelling depiction of American slavery

    12 Years a Slave Directed by Steve McQueen Opens at the Charles Theatre Oct. 25 Survival isn't about escaping death, it's about keeping your head down: This maxim guides most of Solomon Northup's actions in the dozen years he is enslaved. It's a...

    2013 TOP TEN FILMS

    2013 TOP TEN FILMS
      1. Upstream Color (Shane Carruth, United States) What connects a scam artist, a young woman, a brooding dude with a secret, and a field recordist/pig farmer? On one level, a parasitic organism. On another level, connection itself. That neat bit of...

    2013 TOP TEN HIGHEST-GROSSING FILMS AT THE CHARLES THEATRE

    2013 TOP TEN HIGHEST-GROSSING FILMS AT THE CHARLES THEATRE
      1. Silver Linings Playbook (David O. Russell, United States)* 2. Blue Jasmine (Woody Allen, United States) 3. 12 Years a Slave (Steve McQueen; United States, United Kingdom) 4. Quartet (Dustin Hoffman, United Kingdom) 5. Enough Said (Nicole...

    Golden Globe Nominations: 2014 Surprises

     
    Golden Globe nominations. Every year the mere mention of this trophy-fest brings joy to many and anger to many others. There's never been much rhyme or reason for many for the annual decisions made by the mysterious Hollywood Foreign Press, but if nothing...