If you’re a fan of this classic 1939 film by Jean Renoir, you won’t be disappointed by this lavish two-disc release from Criterion, which digs deep into the movie’s complicated history through archival interviews with the director and plenty of thoughts from film scholars…Posted on November 29, 2011 in Reviews by Brad Cook
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The New England Underground Film Festival is now seeking entries for its 5th annual event, to be held October 3 at the University of Hartford’s Gray Conference Center, located in West Hartford, Connecticut. Programmed by Film Threat’s Phil Hall, this festival celebrates the best in contemporary underground cinema. The final deadline for entries is July 15; entry information is online at http://newenglanduff.webs.com.