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Boston TerrorThon Unleashes FOUND FOOTAGE 3D, THE WAILING, THE MASTER CLEANSE, Shorts & More

As we descend deeper into fall, the scares ramp up in theatres across the globe. For Boston-area filmgoers, that means an amazing amount of spooky films to choose from. From tomorrow, October through Sunday, October 16, the Somerville Theatre will...

Review: PARADISE: FAITH, Baring Body And Soul

The second installment of the Paradise Trilogy by Austrian provocateur Ulrich Seidl, Paradise: Faith premiered at the Venice Film Fest last year (Love at Cannes 2012 and Hope at the Berlinale 2013). It is by far the strongest and most...

'We Search For Our Own Paradise But We All Fail': Ulrich Seidl Interview

The Film Society of Lincoln Center hosts Ulrich Seidl, controverisial Austrian director of Dog Days, Import/Export and now the Paradise Trilogy, in a special Film Comment Selects series. It's a rare occasion to watch Love, Faith and Hope, back to...

Review: Baring Body And Soul In Ulrich Seidl's PARADISE: FAITH

The second installment of the Paradise Trilogy by Austrian provocateur Ulrich Seidl, Paradise: Faith premiered at the Venice Film Fest last year (Love at Cannes 2012 and Hope at the Berlinale 2013). And it will be screening as a part of...

Review: PARADISE: LOVE Illuminates Complex Emotional Truths

Ulrich Seidl's Paradise: Love, the first in his trilogy of "paradise" films (next up is Faith followed by Hope), is a confrontational, often ugly depiction of different forms of desperation and exploitation set against a sex tourism backdrop, and indeed,...

TIFF 2012 Review: PARADISE: LOVE Doesn't Flinch, But You Might

(The film screens at TIFF this afternoon and again on Saturday and Sunday. Here's our review from this year's Cannes festival.) Another year at Cannes, another polarizing film that splits audiences. Ulrich Seidl's Paradise: Love, the first in his trilogy...

Cannes 2012 Review: Ulrich Seidl's PARADISE: LOVE Doesn't Flinch, But You Might

Another year at Cannes, another polarizing film that splits audiences. Ulrich Seidl's Paradise: Love, the first in his trilogy of "paradise" films (next up is Faith followed by Hope), is a confrontational, often ugly depiction of different forms of desperation...