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Joe Wright’s recent screen adaptation of Anna Karenina is a creature of uncommon grace. It bears unique qualities of material and visual craft, tonality, and expression, all presented in the extreme. Wright presents a breathless continuity [...]
This year’s Philadelphia Film Festival boasted a strong documentary sidebar, and among them was a surprising and altogether affecting film called From The Shadows which could easily have fit into the upcoming Philadelphia Asian American Film [...]
Having entered the press screening of Red Hook Summer blind to its every detail (something this reviewer would love to do more often), I was surprised to find that Lee had chosen to film in HD [...]
Without A Screen : Ki-duk Kim On August 17th Eastern State Penitentiary will host the Philly premier of South Korean auteur Ki-duk Kim’s 2007 film Breath. Kim experienced a brief period of side-stream success in the [...]
Through March 25th the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Perelman Building hosts Form in Motion, a groundbreaking exhibition of Iraqi-born British architect Zaha Hadid’s sculptural design. Winner of numerous awards for her daring and originality, Hadid is [...]
In response to the On Demand release of David Mackenzie’s Perfect Sense, which enjoyed screenings at the 2011 Philadelphia Film Festival, Without A Screen curates a hypothetical series of sense-related cinema. Films of the Proof By [...]
The goal of Without A Screen is to create hypothetical programming in response to local film events. To reflect upon International House’s January 14th screening of John Huston’s Under The Volcano (1984), Cinedelphia contributor Aaron Mannino [...]