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Catch the Wind

July 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words by Patrick Dunham, Photos by Phillip Quinn It’s late afternoon and Fern Ridge Reservoir is glistening in some of the first sunlight of the season. Quiet from the city’s buzz of spring, a rainbow...

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Words by Patrick Dunham, Illustration by Erick Wonderly The latest feature from Jim Jarmusch, “Paterson,” is about a man named Paterson who grew up and lives in Paterson, New Jersey. He is a city bus driver...

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Review: “Free Fire” shoots to thrill

April 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words by Patrick Dunham, Photo courtesy of LFF   In 90 minutes, hundreds of shots are fired, dozens of bullet wounds are inflicted, and constant havoc is wrecked in a former umbrella factory. Yet it...

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Top 5 predictions for Oscars Season

February 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words by Patrick Dunham, Photo by Creative Commons The 2017 Oscar contenders seem to be far more at odds than last year’s, especially with “Moonlight” and “La La Land” vying against one another for nearly...

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Words by Patrick Dunham, Photos by Phillip Quinn   “Yes, the newspapers were right: snow was general all over Ireland. It was falling on every part of the dark central plain, on the treeless hills,...

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Movie Review: Hunt for the Wilderpeople

September 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

Words by Patrick Dunham / Illustration by Miro Merrill   The year 2016 was the year of man’s cinematic exodus into the wild. Where before there was “The Revenant” and “Swiss Army Man,” now comes “Hunt...

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Review: The Family Fang

June 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

"Despite the content being a bit dreary and expected, there are technical flourishes with jump cuts, clever montages, and beautiful extreme-close ups."...

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Over the course of its runtime, Stage Kiss breaks the fourth wall often and on purpose. Self-reflexivity is a deeply established mainstay in theater, and when done right it works through its translucent layers to establish deeper...

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