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Interviews | Watching the Detectives: Aaron Katz’s Cold Weather

By Adam Nayman / June 18, 2010

Katz’s new film Cold Weather—which, as with his previous films, debuted at South By Southwest—a step forward isn’t adequate praise. Its excellence synthesizes that which was already strong in Katz’s…

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Florianópolis Dream (Ana Katz, Argentina/Brazil/France) — Contemporary World Cinema

By Diego Brodersen / September 2, 2018

By Diego Brodersen Since her debut feature El juego de la silla (2002), Argentine actor-turned-filmmaker Ana Katz has defined a personal style of comedy: a peculiar derivative of the costumbrismo,…

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TIFF 2014 | Adult Beginners (Ross Katz, US) — Discovery

By Sean Rogers / September 10, 2014

By Sean Rogers Had this movie actually centred on the late-in-life learning-to-swim class alluded to in its title (though never depicted onscreen), maybe some of the excellent bit players horsing…

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Toronto International Film Festival

By Cinema Scope / September 1, 2016

…that it’s a kind of a festival porn piece: Girl Power, physical disability,… By Robert Koehler | Cinema Scope Online,  TIFF 2018 Florianópolis Dream (Ana Katz, Argentina/Brazil/France) – Contemporary World…

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Sundance 2021: In the Year of COVID

By Robert Koehler / March 25, 2021

…a minor consolation prize to Ana Katz’s sneaky The Dog Who Wouldn’t Be Quiet, one of only three Latin American movies at the festival (Sundance’s slack attention to that continent…

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Beanpole (Kantemir Balagov, Russia)

By Michael Sicinski / March 20, 2020

…iteration of Romeo and Juliet. In fact, Ilana’s story is sidelined when her brother David (Veniamin Katz) and his fiancée are kidnapped and held for an exorbitant ransom. Ilana and…

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TIFF Countdown -6: Miss Bala / Romeo Onze / The Cat Vanishes / Habemus Papum / i am a good person/i am a bad person / Coriolanus

By cscope2 / September 2, 2011

…with Mauricio Katz, is loosely based on a real event, which to some extent justifies the long (and, ironically, completely implausible) final stretch where Laura becomes the fall girl for…

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South By Midwest: Dispatching True/False and SXSW

By Eric Hynes / March 18, 2011

…an incubator for the “mumblecore” films of Bujalski, Swanberg, Katz and countless lesser lights, the programming at SXSW has never really made an impact on the larger culture, especially when…

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CS46 Editor’s Note

By Mark Peranson / March 12, 2011

Katz); Curling (Denis Côté); Des hommes et des dieux (Xavier Beauvois); Le Quattro Volte (Michelangelo Frammartino); El Sicario Room 164 (Gianfranco Rosi); The Social Network (David Fincher); Unstoppable (Tony Scott)…

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Cinema Scope Top Ten of 2010

By cscope2 / January 9, 2011

…Tsangari) 10. The Ghost Writer (Roman Polanski) Ten Special Mentions: Aurora (Cristi Puiu) Carlos (Olivier Assayas) Certified Copy (Abbas Kiarostami) Cold Weather (Aaron Katz) Curling (Denis Côté) Des hommes et…

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Columns | Editor’s Note

By Mark Peranson / June 18, 2010

…here but, for best laid plans and all that, have to wait until later on this year and even into the next. What else? Go see Aaron Katz’s Cold Weather…

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