• Indie Girl

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    Arne Johnson and Karen Macklin lure young women away from the sofa and to the drawing board. Andrew Coulon thinks the time is ripe.

  • Paul Duncan

    Paul Duncan

    Be Careful What You Call Home (Home Tapes). Review by Aaron Shaul.

  • The Science of Sleep

    The Science of Sleep

    In Michel Gondry’s new film, a young man lives in a dream world as he pursues his artistic neighbor. Good date movie, sayeth Carl F Gauze, before collapsing back into existential ennui.

  • Striking Images

    Striking Images

    Marshall Presnell finds hidden truths about America on the back of a matchbook. Or, in this case, a handsomely printed volume full of reproductions of the best (and worst) of vintage matchbook art.

  • Heavy Metal Thunder

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    Metal up your… bookshelf? For Linda Tate, the memories come flooding back after immersing herself in the denim n’ leather goodness of this anthology of heavy metal album covers.

  • Last Life in the Universe

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    Master cinematographer Christopher Doyle collaborates with upcoming Thai filmmaker Pen-ek Ratanauang for the first time on Last Life in the Universe. Aaron Shaul thinks it might be the best film he’s seen so far this year.

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