Author Bears Fonte

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1929 Australia. A country still stretching out from settled cities into the lawless expanses of ‘the west, into territory held for tens of thousands of years by the original aboriginal inhabitants.  Although Warwick Thornton’s SWEET COUNTRY has a lot in common with the American trope of ‘The Western,’ the particulars of Australian history enrich it
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Review by Bears Fonte I'm not usually a fan of stoner comedies but Augustine Frizzell's new Sundance midnighter NEVER GOIN' BACK succeeds where almost all other stoner comedies fail. In addition to having a plot that even a non-stoner can appreciate (the quest for a birthday beach vacation), the film also features great well developed
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Review by Bears Fonte Jeff Koons appears in The Price of Everything by Nathaniel Kahn, an official selection of the U.S. Documentary Competition at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by US Four Productions. The full quote in Nathaniel Kahn’s documentary about the art market is "Some people know the
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Preview by Bears Fonte Last year two of my favorite films in Park City were from Sundance, FUTURE ’38 and actually, my favorite film of the year DAVE MADE A MAZE. With that in mind, I always scour the Slamdance schedule for outsider gems, especially genre material. At least at first glance, this year’s festival
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Preview By Bears Fonte Sundance arrives each year, kicking off the festival year and really, for people like me, the year. 2017 was rough in many ways, but one of the highlights for me personally was marching in the Women’s March on Main in Park City and the inspiring remarks from Jessica Williams. This year
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