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Opening This Week: April 13th, 2007

By Chris Bonet IFC News [Photo: “Lonely Hearts,” Roadside Attractions, 2007] “Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie for Theaters” Drawing the ire of both longtime fanboys and the Boston Police Force, the Cartoon Network’s popular [adult swim] program lands its first ever feature film. Though the cult audience for the show remains as devoted as […]

What’s Up In April

By Christopher Bonet IFC News [Photo: Fassbinder’s “Berlin Alexanderplatz,” TeleCulture, 1983] Fassbinder in the Collection Apr. 2 – 22 To mark the acquisition of the remastered version of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s “Berlin Alexanderplatz” (which will also be screening, its 919 minutes spread out over four days), NYC’s MoMA presents a selection of Fassbinder films from […]

What’s Up In March

By Christopher Bonet IFC News [Photo: “Rear Window,” Paramount Picture, 1954 — screening as part of the Fashion in Film Festival] Miami International Film Festival Mar. 2-11 For early spring breakers hitting South Florida, the Miami International Film Festival might be a great time to check out Paul Verhoeven’s latest film, “Black Book,” or perhaps […]

Opening This Week: April 6th, 2007

By Christopher Bonet IFC News [Photo: Richard Gere in “The Hoax,” Miramax Films, 2007] A round-up of the best (or worst) $10 you’ll spend this week. “Are We Done Yet”? The follow-up to Ice Cube’s 2005 family comedy “Are We There Yet?” finds our second-favorite former N.W.A. member married and living in suburbia with the […]

Small Town Noir

By Matt Singer and Alison Willmore IFC News [Photo: “Fargo,” Gramercy Pictures, 1996] Kansas City might not be an obvious place to set a heist film, but Scott Frank’s “The Lookout” makes atmospheric use of the wide spaces at its outskirts and surrounding farms to tell a compellingly neo-noir tale of an unusual recruit in […]

Opening This Week: March 30th, 2007

By Christopher Bonet IFC News [Photo: Paul Schneider and Aaron Stanford in “Live Free or Die,” THINKFilm, 2007] A round-up of the best (or worst) $10 you’ll spend this week. “After the Wedding” A Best Foreign Language Film nominee at this year’s Academy Awards, “After the Wedding” is the latest from “Brothers” director Susanne Bier. […]

“Air Guitar Nation”‘s Bjorn Turoque

By Dan Persons IFC News [Photo: Dan “Bjorn Turoque” Crane (left) and David “C-Diddy” Jung of “Air Guitar Nation,” Shadow Distribution Inc., 2007] No word yet from the International Olympic Committee on whether air guitar qualifies as a genuine sport, but to watch the contestants vying for the crown at Finland’s Air Guitar World Championship […]

Opening This Week: March 23rd, 2007

By Christopher Bonet IFC News [Photo: Guy Pearce in “First Snow,” Yari Film Group Releasing, 2007] A round-up of the best (or worst) $10 you’ll spend this week. “Air Guitar Nation” From spelling bees to crossword puzzles to mad hot ballrooms, filmmakers have found an interest in documenting something we can only describe as “competitive […]

Opening This Week

By Christopher Bonet IFC News [Photo: “Nomad (The Warrior),” Weinstein Co, 2007] A round-up of the best (or worst) $10 you’ll spend this week. “Adam’s Apples” This feature from Danish filmmaker Anders Thomas Jensen (who won an Oscar in 1998 for his short film “Election Night”) has been lingering around film festivals since August of […]

What’s Up In March

By Christopher Bonet IFC News [Photo: “Rear Window,” Paramount Picture, 1954 — screening as part of the Fashion in Film Festival] Miami International Film Festival Mar. 2-11 For early spring breakers hitting South Florida, the Miami International Film Festival might be a great time to check out Paul Verhoeven’s latest film, “Black Book,” or perhaps […]