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Ever since cinema-going first became a popular pastime in the early 20th century, films have given their viewers a way to escape from the banalities and tribulations of everyday life. But, as our everyday lives move further and further away from reality (hello, makeover TV shows, social networking, and airbrushed everything), it’s often refreshing to see a movie that speaks to the real-life struggles and experiences of women in this very moment. Enter director Joshua Moore, actor Alexandra Clayton, and their feature film collaboration I Think It’s Raining. Read More
Attention! To those interested in the BUST Blog, BUST Magazine, and media in all shapes and sizes who are looking for something to do this Thursday night: 6-8 Months gallery is showing the film Until the End of the World on July 22nd from 6:30 - 11 PM, as well as having a discussion afterward led by Laura Simms. Highlights will include music by Jenn Kelly, Nora Balaban, Kaia Wong and a special performance from Zimbabwean musician Garikayi Tirikoti on the "lively amplified mbira." Refreshments will be available and there is a suggested donation of $6-8. Read More
  The IFC Center tributes filmmaker Bette Gordon with special in-person screenings of her films Luminous Motion, Variety, and her latest release called Handsome Harry. One of the most prominent artists to emerge out of the "No Wave Cinema" underground 1970's film movement in Tribeca/East Village, she has since won several awards and worldwide festival acclaim. Gordon teaches film at Columbia University's graduate film division in NYC, is supervisor of the Columbia directing program, and was one of the founders of Tribeca's first theater- the Collective for Living Cinema. Read More