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Editor's Picks 2009

Arts execs take a break from ranking Radiohead vs. Spoon to rank... whatever they feel like.

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A Christmas Carol

Though released just a week shy of Halloween, Robert Zemeckis’ beautifully animated “A Christmas Carol” proves itself the perfect ghost ...

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Bright Star

Elaborate costumes, gorgeous cinematography, British accents, a doomed romance—on paper, writer and director Jane Campion’s “Bright Star” contains all the

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Jonah C. Priour ’09

If you’ve ever seen a Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club production, you’ve likely seen Jonah C. Priour ’09 on stage. The actor,

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Hitting the Comic Books

Perched atop Dr. Manhattan’s Martian crystalline palace, “Watchmen” hero Laurie Jupiter gazes deeply into his white eyes. She pleads desperately

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Film Critics Toast Year at Brattle Theatre

“There is no better time to be a film critic than now, because films have never been better,” joked Boston

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"Let The Right One In"

“Let The Right One In” is one of the most bizarre movies I’ve seen in a long time, but it’s

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Lance Hammer Debuts at HFA

Particular landscapes can have a strong emotional impact on artists, and for first-time writer and director Lance Hammer, who screened

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American Teen

“American Teen” is a simultaneously humorous and heartbreaking look at the challenges teenagers must overcome in their senior years of

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Book Collections Net Prizes

Two students received the Philip Hofer Prize yesterday, an award given to students whose personal collections of books or works

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POPSCREEN: Bjork

Wow. How does one describe Björk’s music video for her single “Wanderlust” in words that are commonly used in the

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SPOTLIGHT: Laura M. togut '08

Laura M. Togut ’08 definitely has chutzpah. “A Little Night Yiddish,” written and directed by Togut, features traditional Jewish songs

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Will Video Kill the College Newspaper?

Harvard-Radcliffe Television (HRTV) will be launching a new video-sharing Web site called “CrimsonClips” this Thursday. The site combines current HRTV

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New Film Marries Suspense and Comedy

Chris Cooper is one of those actors who, despite co-starring roles in dozens of films, may trigger only a vague

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Diary of the Dead

Technophobes and luddites, rejoice! You finally have a pretty good zombie movie to call your own. George A. Romero’s most

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An Evil Woman

Academic Fair at the Plaza
On Campus

Opening Days

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe