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'Chuck Close': Up Close and Personal

Close pieces of biography and art merge until the finished work, viewed at more of a distance, creates a recognizable portrait of Chuck Close.

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In 'Ride With The Devil' the Boundaries Between North and South and Slave and Free Blur

Ride With The Devil is a film that resists narrative convention. The audience is not enlisted to help solve any problem, there is no end to the war, no intended destination, and it’s not clear for whom we should be rooting.

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Good Machine Productions

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Afghan Star

Havana Marking's profound documentary explains why there is much more at stake than celebrity on Afghan Star.

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Girlfriends: The Final Season

The series that was once dubbed “the black Sex and the City” for its insistent sexual themes is now almost devoid of characters who wish to capitalize on their sex appeal.

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Show Me Yours: The Complete Series

After a while the bounty of sex, integrated with pedantic dialogue delivered by wooden actors, becomes tedious. Racy entertainment has never been so humdrum.

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Showcase

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Chops

With its exuberance of youth, the mesmerizing presence of Marsalis, and the music of Ellington for a soundtrack, Chops exudes “soulfulness”.

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The Art Star and the Sudanese Twins

This gives us ample reason to resist the person, the artist and her work.Yet as performed by Beecroft and choreographed by the filmmakers, it is difficult not to be moved.

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Winnercomm Inc.

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Girlfriends: The Seventh Season

Like Sex and the City, to which it is often compared, Girlfriends is more product and champion of a pro-sex "postfeminist" culture than it is a relic of the past.

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CW


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