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Hosted by the ever-spooky and legendarily kooky John Waters, the festival was a love letter signed in blood to all things anomalous.
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Hosted by the ever-spooky and legendarily kooky John Waters, the festival was a love letter signed in blood to all things anomalous.
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In addition to expertly telling a story of political and familial turmoil, the production operates with time in flux. Every vignette of a memory passed is immaculate — a prose conveyed in a flourish of philosophies and family ties.
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In addition to expertly telling a story of political and familial turmoil, the production operates with time in flux. Every vignette of a memory passed is immaculate — a prose conveyed in a flourish of philosophies and family ties.
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As Huestis and Molitor have known each other since their early days in the Castro, the documentary embraces a level of intimacy lost in other recounts of history.
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As Huestis and Molitor have known each other since their early days in the Castro, the documentary embraces a level of intimacy lost in other recounts of history.
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In her first feature documentary, “Impresario,” director Lauretta Molitor managed to capture Marc Huestis' ethos.
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In her first feature documentary, “Impresario,” director Lauretta Molitor managed to capture Marc Huestis' ethos.
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The storytelling method of bringing word to picture is built on the idea that anything that can be drawn can be believed. It is one of the few places where the fantastical is expected, the envelope is begging to be pushed.
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The storytelling method of bringing word to picture is built on the idea that anything that can be drawn can be believed. It is one of the few places where the fantastical is expected, the envelope is begging to be pushed.
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Spunky and sweetly sardonic, the rapper has been parading around North America since February in the Call Me If You Get Lost Tour.
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Spunky and sweetly sardonic, the rapper has been parading around North America since February in the Call Me If You Get Lost Tour.
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With overwhelming complexities, Williams and Hearne managed to capture the pain and confusion coupled with racial dynamics in America. The instrumentation is chaotic, almost biting at times, with a layered libretto that begs for interpretation.
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With overwhelming complexities, Williams and Hearne managed to capture the pain and confusion coupled with racial dynamics in America. The instrumentation is chaotic, almost biting at times, with a layered libretto that begs for interpretation.
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Though his creativity catapulted him to stardom where he burned brightly, it seems as if this album has lost that spark. Where his previous work was dynamic, WHO CARES? approaches plasticity. 
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Though his creativity catapulted him to stardom where he burned brightly, it seems as if this album has lost that spark. Where his previous work was dynamic, WHO CARES? approaches plasticity. 
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Once the cameras began to roll under the guidance of director Jason Orley, the stars (of both the heavens and Hollywood) truly aligned.
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Once the cameras began to roll under the guidance of director Jason Orley, the stars (of both the heavens and Hollywood) truly aligned.
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With his quick pace and confidence in commanding a crowd, Aminé reserved pauses between the bouncy beats to push his main points — self-love and uninhibited fun.
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With his quick pace and confidence in commanding a crowd, Aminé reserved pauses between the bouncy beats to push his main points — self-love and uninhibited fun.
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