Monthly Archives: January, 2017

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By Bears Fonte Bear's Top Picks I always try to hit a few Slamdance movies while I’m Park City and usually come away with a gem.  Whereas many Sundance films get snatched up by distributors and are never heard of again until their eventual theatrical release, Slamdance films tend to tour the country playing the
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By Bears Fonte BEARS FONTE'S TOP PICKS 2017 So it’s time once again to make the yearly trek into the cold of Park City and check out the films that will most likely dominate the festival circuit for the rest of the year.  It’s my 5th year in a row at Sundance, and I must
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Interview by Paul Salfen Tyler Shields: ProvocateurEdgy. Dark. Controversial. Risque. Shocking. These are words often used to describe the work of “Hollywood’s Favorite Photographer” Tyler Shields. But when the man behind it appears to not be living in theme with his work and has a rather sunny disposition, how his mind works seems even more
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By Lorraine Pink STARMANLorraine Pink recalls the record that changed everything... THE FIRST single I ever bought with my own money was David Bowie’s The Jean Genie. It was 1974; I was 14. I rushed home from school to play my new vinyl single on Dad’s record-player before he got home from work. I danced
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Interview by John Wisniewski Lee Martin Lee Martin is the Pulitzer Prize Finalist author of The Bright Forever, and four other novels: Quakertown, River of Heaven, Break the Skin, and  Late One Night. His other books are the memoirs, Such a Life, From Our House, and Turning Bones; and the short story collection, The Least You Need to Know. His fiction and
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Alexandra Zapruder Interview by John Wisniewski ``Twenty-Six Seconds: A Personal History of the Zapruder Film`` Alexandra Zapruder, granddaughter of the videographer and a founder of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Abraham Zapruder, has written a book called Twenty Six Seconds: A Personal History Of The Zapruder Film, about the footage her grandfather shot they day