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Film Spotlight: GLASS
Film Spotlight: GLASS

What roller coasters have to do with German opera and Martin Scorsese.

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Film Spotlight: BALIBO
Film Spotlight: BALIBO

The bleeding edge of journalism, or what 30 years of silence look like under the bright lights.

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Film Spotlight: Lemonade
Film Spotlight: Lemonade

Creativity, joblessness, and going from making a living to making a life.

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Collaborative Creation: PSST!
Collaborative Creation: PSST!

Transcending the ego, or why the future of storytelling is in its past.

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Animation Spotlight: The Falcon
Animation Spotlight: The Falcon

Retrostalgia goes avian, or what old cameras have to do with humanitarianism.

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Valentino: The Last Emperor
Valentino: The Last Emperor

Quirk, glamor, and what six pugs have to do with the epic battle of art versus commerce.

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The Typophile Film Festival
The Typophile Film Festival

The traveling type, or why Helvetica vacations in Portland.

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Music Spotlight: This Must Be The Place
Music Spotlight: This Must Be The Place

Axe-swinging, rope-jumping, or what David Byrne and Christian Bale have in common.

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Documentary Spotlight: Waterlife
Documentary Spotlight: Waterlife

Canadian interactive genius, or where 100 billion gallons of water went while you were sleeping.

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BBC vs. MTV: Poetry Season
BBC vs. MTV: Poetry Season

Old rock, new roll, and why MTV has nothing on Lord Byron.

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