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In Roma, Alfonso Cuarón Zooms in on Class Tensions

Lusciously shot in black and white, Roma is a paean to the Mexico City of the time. In Alfonso Cuarón’s latest ... the story centers on a middle-class family in the Mexico City neighborhood ... read more

Can Special Effects Be Special Again?

Or at least leap across miles, jump through wormholes, and zoom to the farthest reaches of space while battling ... Check out the credits for Roma.) Or to put it another way: How have we gotten to the ... read more

Tax Incentives Spark New Wave of Mexican Filmmaking

The producers of “Time Share,” which won the World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award for Screenwriting at Sundance; Berlin competition player “Museum”; and Alfonso Cuarón’s upcoming “Roma” are ... ac... read more

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The 5 Best Movies to Buy or Stream This Week: ‘Private Life,’ ‘Eighth Grade’

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Why ‘Gravity’ Could Be the World’s Biggest Avant-Garde Movie

Indeed, watching Alfonso Cuaron’s space opera, it’s impossible not to wonder ... uninterrupted, 45-minute-long zoom shot (actually the combination of several shots) that begins wide on a New York loft ... read more

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In fact, this “Diary of a Chambermaid” could easily be mistaken for a straight-laced costume drama if not for the pitter-patter of Bruno Coulais’ winding score, the frequency of sharp zooms ... about ... read more

The 6 Best Movies to Buy or Stream This Week: ‘Sicario,’ ‘The Visit’

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A New Economic Model for the South: Ditch Corporate Welfare and Fund Agricultural Co-ops

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