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Cine Las Americas Review: Arábia
Arábia (Araby) is not a story. Instead, this sad road trip around Minas Gerais in Brazil is a story about stories, with a narrator that never realizes his self-appointed task.

11:45AM Mon. May 7, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Cine Las Americas Review: Vigilia
In her follow-up to 2016's fantastical Un Plan Perfector, director Julieta Ledesma has created the stunning beautiful and unabashedly avant garde Vigilia (Being Awake).

11:00AM Mon. May 7, Mae Hamilton Read More | Comment »

Cine Las Americas Review: El Vigilante
Mexican First-time filmmaker Diego Ros has set a high bar with El Vigilante (The Night Guard), a Spanish-language thriller that follows a security guard on the night shift who arrives to a shocking scene at the construction site where he works: crime scene tape, police, and a suspicious van.

10:30AM Mon. May 7, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

Rooster Teeth Goes to the Dark Side
It's May the Fourth, aka Star Wars day, and Rooster Teeth's Blaine Gibson was one of the Austin creatives to share what the epic franchise has meant to him in this week's issue. But he also also shared a not-so-sweet memory about what he called “the world’s cruelest prank."

11:59AM Fri. May 4, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Rooster Teeth Goes to the Dark Side
 
Chronicle Recommends: Star Wars Actors in Non-Star Wars Films
Every month, the Chronicle's film critics select a theme and offer movie recommendations. In honor of Star Wars Day, we look back on our favorite performances by Star Wars actors in lightsaber-free films.

8:00AM Thu. May 3, Chronicle Film Staff Read More | Comment »

C. Robert Cargill Nominated for Clarke Award
Austin novelist C. Robert Cargill has just been announced as one of the six nominees for the 32nd Arthur C. Clarke Award for best science fiction novel of the year for his third book, Sea of Rust.

10:49AM Wed. May 2, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Do We Really Need More Superhero Movies?
So here comes Infinity War, as reviewed here by Richard Whittaker, and, after more than a dozen big-screen spectacles, it’s the fuckin' apotheosis of the Marvel! Cinematic! Universe! Well, it’s this apotheosis, at least: You think the honchos at Marvel corporate are just gonna ditch their cash-cow mythos and call it a day after the current arc’s complete?

11:30AM Wed. Apr. 25, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Indie Meme Film Festival Review: Ask the Sexpert
India's population is in the billions, yet the topic of how they all came to be is vehemently avoided. Documentary Ask the Sexpert” explores the taboo of openly discussing sex in India, following one man who is using his platform to break down these stigmas.

5:42PM Tue. Apr. 24, Tinu Thomas Read More | Comment »

Indie Meme Film Festival Review: Abu
Abu, which means father in Urdu, is what filmmaker Arshad Khan called his own father. In the carefully curated Abu, he uses animation, home movies, iPhone videos, and interviews to tell the story of his father’s life, and his struggle to find a place in it.

4:09PM Mon. Apr. 23, Tinu Thomas Read More | Comment »

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