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Roger Ebert review: "Lee doesn't have heroes and villains. He shows something bad -- racism -- that in countless ways clouds all of our thinking. "Get on the Bus” is fair in the same sense. It is more concerned with showing how things are than with scoring cheap rhetorical points. This is a film with a full message for the heart, and the mind."

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Bernie Cook Reflects on Katrina Media at the Ten-Year Mark in Flood of Images: Media, Memory, and Hurricane Katrina « Film Quarterly


Oscars So White? Or Oscars So Dumb? Discuss.

Oscars So White? Or Oscars So Dumb? Discuss. - The New York Times

from Variety

Ryan Coogler’s Speech on Film Criticism and Diversity

"Creed" director Ryan Cooler give charming and insightful speech at the LA Film Critics awards, honoring Variety's Justin Chang for giving criticism a new voice and issuing a challenge to the next generat...

New film about Chicago and Iraq - Amazon possibly producing