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Film Forum Marx Brothers Festival: Unassuaged Desire

Film Forum Marx Brothers Festival: Unassuaged Desire

By Chadwick Jenkins

23 Sep 2016 // 2:15 AM

The Marx Brothers are polymorphously perverse: they find pleasure everywhere. ...

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Extra Large Popcorn, Please: The Film Forum's "Return of the Double Feature"

By Chadwick Jenkins

26 Aug 2016 // 2:30 AM

Originating as a practical means to ensure financial solvency, the “double feature” may now serve a more profound aesthetic purpose. ...

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//News

Films on the Black-White Riff Are at Forefront at Toronto Film Festival>

Movies about racial politics and identity will fill the streets of the Canadian city, injecting Hollywood into a cultural debate — and kicking off a period of Oscar movies that could both inform and reveal a continent’s racial attitudes....

Lollapalooza's 4-day Marathon: At 25, a Festival Defined by the Youth Brigade>

Dan Auerbach on Bands Old and New>

Perry Farrell Contemplates Life After 25 Years of Lollapalooza>

//Blogs

Grouplove Celebrate 'Big Mess' Release with Wild NYC Shows (Photos)

// Notes from the Road

"On release day for their latest Big Mess, Grouplove packed Baby's in Brooklyn for a sweaty show.

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Features
The Marx Brothers are polymorphously perverse: they find pleasure everywhere. [22 September 16 // 9:15 PM]
Originating as a practical means to ensure financial solvency, the “double feature” may now serve a more profound aesthetic purpose. [25 August 16 // 9:30 PM]
Columns
Edibllistics
You’ll really feel like you’re in a KFC when those 11 herbs and spices waft up your nostrils on a wave of ethyl acetate. [27 June 16 // 9:30 PM]
Kickin' Up Dust
Remember when Mumford and Sons spent their pre-show hours swinging from tires in a lake crowded with fans? [15 June 16 // 9:30 PM]
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//Mixed media
//Blogs

Authenticity Issues and the New Intimacies

// Marginal Utility

"The social-media companies have largely succeeded in persuading users of their platforms' neutrality. What we fail to see is that these new identities are no less contingent and dictated to us then the ones circumscribed by tradition; only now the constraints are imposed by for-profit companies in explicit service of gain.

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