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Some Dirt and a Crash highlight the eclectic 35th USA Film Festival
The Dallas Video Festival shows all the news not fit for print
WaterTower's Cat hisses and purrs; Curchack roars in Glimpsings
A self-sabotaging office worker makes the transition from stage to screen
Chunhyang is a complex, beautiful retelling of a simple Korean folk tale
Soderbergh operates far too much on Gray's Anatomy
With subUrbia, the director of Slacker has finally become one
Wet Willie Loves Pyro flirts with brilliance
Despite its rich elements and strong performances, Mata Hari doesn't quite hang together
Laurie Anderson riffs on fame, death, and the political landscape