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Canadian-born realist painter and experimental filmmaker Jack Chambers is the subject of a long-overdue museum survey.

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John Smithâ??s films personalize Structuralism.

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Yang Fudongâ??s five-part film â??Seven Intellectuals in a Bamboo Forestâ? is a stately epic of melancholy among Chinaâ??s youthful elite.

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Steve McQueen’s eloquently harrowing first feature, about IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands, explores the political and spiritual costs of violence to oneself and others.

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In Johan Grimonprez’s first feature-length film, Alfred Hitchcock meets his match, the movies give way to TV and politics yields to entertainment, with results both comic and chilling.

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