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Etta James

Etta James passed away today. She was 73.

Manohla Dargis and A.O. Scott discuss The Village Voice and film culture with and without J. Hoberman.

The Pulitizer Prizes are worthless.

Harry Reid postpones Senate vote on PIPA anti-piracy bill.

Nanni Moretti named jury president for the 65th Cannes Film Festival.

For realz, imagine Mitt Romney doing this.

Click here for images from some of the films in the Museum of Moving Image's showcase of David Cronenberg's work.

The nominees for the 22nd GLAAD Media Awards were announced yesterday.

Senses of Cinema releases their 2011 world poll.

Design a BFI Film Classics cover.

Ten filmmakers who rocked the ad world.

Shit New Yorkers say:

 

 

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TAGS: a.o. scott, bfi film classics, cannes film festival, david cronenberg, etta james, glaad media awards, harry reid, manohla dargis, mitt romney, museum of moving image, nanni moretti, pipa, pulitzer prize, senses of cinema, the village voice








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