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Reviews

    • Farenheit 11/9

      ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’

      It starts off as nose-thumbing, but Michael Moore’s Trump documentary turns into a warning about fascism.

    • Life Itself

      ‘Life Itself’

      A cornball contrivance connects an unruly plethora of stories told with every distracting technique in the screenwriter’s handbook.

    • Colette

      ‘Colette’

      Keira Knightley stars as a 19th-century French writer forced to live in the shadow of her Svengali-like husband in this empowering pic.

    • Maniac

      ‘Maniac’

      The imaginative psychological drama “Maniac” takes its place among the year’s best TV.

    • Elizabeth Olsen and Kelly Marie Tran

      ‘Sorry for Your Loss’

      The first four episodes don’t move with much urgency in an effort to keep things realistic, which can be frustrating, but that’s by design.

    • I Feel Bad Review

      ‘I Feel Bad’

      A toxic band of bros hijack, and spoil, Sarayu Blue’s otherwise clever sitcom from executive producer Amy Poehler.

    • American Horror Story Apocalypse

      ‘AHS: Apocalypse’

      In the absence of a greater theme announcing itself, “American Horror Story: Apocalypse,” counts as something close to escapism.

    • Moulin Rouge review

      ‘Moulin Rouge!’

      Baz Luhrmann’s iconic, trippy movie comes to the stage with its grandeur and craziness intact.

    • Head Over Heels

      ‘Head Over Heels’

      Graft some hits from the Go-Go’s songbook onto an Elizabethan prose poem and you get a lot of silly stuff.

    • Twelfth Night review

      ‘Twelfth Night’

      A musical take on the Bard offers the spirit of community, a lesson in gender identity and an infectious good time.

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Music for Screens Summit - October 30

Coinciding with our popular quarterly feature, this one day summit will include interviews and panels with leading songwriters, producers, composers and music executives behind today's hit tv/film/theater soundtracks. Announcing Keynote Speakers: Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

Confirmed Speakers

  • Pinar Toprak
    Composer
  • Rich Holtzman
    Manager, Portugal. The Man
  • Ramin Djawadi
    Composer

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