Picks of the Week: Science, Slasher and SUPERB

Contrary to popular belief,  there remain loads of entertainment events this week to break away from the postbreak, midsemester rut. Pixar co-founder on “Creativity” at BAM Any self-professed nonfan of Pixar definitely ranks among the world’s worst liars. For insights into the creative processes behind the scenes, check out the
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‘Jodorowsky’s Dune’ is a done deal at last

Frank Herbert’s “Dune” is a sprawling masterpiece of science fiction. It inspired generations of fans, megafans, enduring cultural memes, and remains a quasireligious touchstone of truth and the hero’s journey for readers all over the world. If you haven’t read it, imagine that “The Matrix” had taken place on a
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Picking apart parasites in student art exhibit

One student grapples to steady a teetering stack of wooden boards — another displays participants’ dreams by having them blow ink onto a blank sheet of paper. A pedestal sink streams flowing, milky-looking water, and clay sperm dangle delicately from fishing line on the ceiling. These scenes — though seemingly
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Looking into Rumsfeld’s ‘knowns’ in new documentary

Though the “The Unknown Known” tries to compose a meaningful portrait of former U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld through an interview between him and director Errol Morris, the documentary unfolds at Rumsfeld’s leisure. In the film, Rumsfeld claims to be a simple and virtuous man whose amazing career merely
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