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Children of the Revolution
"...if this son were to be raised in a revolutionary household by a Party princess mom and then let..."

May 23, 1997 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
A coup d'etat in Venezuela is captured by a video camera, and the filmmakers use the footage to question the honesty of the news media.
"...amazing documentary that feels more like a political thriller, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised is also something of..."

Jan. 9, 2004 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

The Revolution’s Closing Remarks
Prince’s peak backing band lights his eternal flame
"...“It’s not about us,” insisted Wendy Melvoin at the Revolution’s performance on Saturday inside ACL Live at the..."

June 19, 2017 Music Post by Alejandra Ramirez

ACL Live Review: The Revolution
Prince has entered the quonset-like hut
"...In the days leading up to their set at the Tito’s..."

Oct. 8, 2018 Music Post by Tim Stegall

The 'Revolution' Will Not Be Televised
NBC cancels locally shot show
"...news for Austin's film and TV professionals: Sci-fi drama Revolution, which has been shooting around Austin for the last..."

May 9, 2014 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

ACL Fest Interview: The Revolution
Backing band honors the legacy of the Purple One
"...[inset-1-right] The Revolution6pm, Tito's stage..."

Oct. 5, 2018 Music Feature by Tim Stegall

The Revolution Will Be Blogged
"...Dear Editor, Will the revolution be blogged? The short answer is, yes, the..."

March 8, 2004 Postmarks

The Revolution Will Be Printed in 3-D
Great hope or so much hype?
"...There's nothing wrong with listening to nerdy panelists discuss some..."

March 8, 2013 Screens Feature by Jeff Winkler

The Revolution Will Be Tweeted
Harnessing social media's potential for political change
"...Last May, Mona Kasra visited Iran for the first time since leaving her native country nine years..."

March 5, 2010 Screens Feature by Amy Smith

The Revolution Doesn't Need To Be Violent, but It Has To Happen
"...once in this country ["Page Two,” July 24]. During the John Adams administration in 1798, Congress passed the Alien..."

July 24, 2009 Postmarks

The 'Chronicle' Fails the Revolution ... Again
"...I love Trail of Dead; it was awesome seeing them on the cover of the latest Chronicle ["The Mob..."

Feb. 2, 2005 Postmarks

The Revolution Televised Is Pure Political Manipulation
"...able to write reviews that generate a response from the reader, and you certainly accomplish that with each one..."

Jan. 20, 2004 Postmarks

Further Reading: 'The Revolution Was Televised'
The millennial dramas: What HBO wrought
"...The sitcom isn't the only television art form to undergo..."

Jan. 18, 2013 Screens Feature by Kimberley Jones

Letters at 3AM: The Revolution Will Be Printed
Digital fabrication will change the course of the future
"...Three-dimensional manufacturing is the making of something out of practically nothing. This technology..."

Feb. 8, 2013 Column by Michael Ventura

Next: The Revolution!
"...readers, Louis Black titled my last letter “More of the Same” [“Postmarks” online, June 26]. Ha! About three points..."

July 12, 2009 Postmarks

Page Two: Dancing at the Revolution With the Radio On!
Louis Black recalls the joys of driving around and falling in love with pop songs
"...In these politically dark times, writing about what brings us joy..."

June 16, 2017 Column by Louis Black

The Revolution Will Not Go Hungry
Sustain the people's resistance with home-cooked meals
"...year's Texas Book Festival, Julia Turshen stood south of the state Capitol, where over 100,000 had gathered for the..."

Nov. 17, 2017 Food Feature by Veronica Meewes

The 'Revolution' Will Be Televised
NBC ready to debut Texas-shot second season
"...Cauduro, 11, heard about it from friends at school. Then his family was at a dinner party where a..."

Sept. 20, 2013 Screens Feature by Joe O'Connell

The Revolution Will Not Be Motorized
Will the city create a path to give bicyclists a little respect?
"...just recreation, and it is becoming very clear that the streets are not ready for it," said Kris Elkinton,..."

May 9, 2008 News Feature by Daniel Mottola

The Revolution

Oct. 12, 2018 Music Feature by Tim Stegall

Pictures From a Revolution
"...and Alfred Guzzetti. Susan Meiselas risked her life photographing the Nicaraguan revolution of 1979. Her images were vivid, arresting;..."

July 24, 1992 Movie Review by Chris Walters

The Terrorist
"...Vishnu Vardhan and Ayesha Dharkar. Breathtakingly gorgeous but ultimately thematically unsatisfying, this Indian film is a resolutely non-Bollywood take..."

April 21, 2000 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

The Camera Is Mightier Than the ...
Documentarians Kim Bartley and Donnacha O'Briain were right in the belly of the beast when the Venezuelan coup began -- specifically, in the Presidential Palace, right as the opposition stormed it.
"...The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, receiving its U.S. premiere..."

March 7, 2003 Screens Feature by Michael King

Zombie Girl: The Movie
This is a "making of" documentary about the 2005 filming of the zombie film Pathogen, made by then-12-year-old Austinite Emily Hagins.
"...Justin Johnson and Erik Mauck. Ostensibly, we already know the story of this documentary and the trajectory it will..."

Jan. 15, 2010 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Talking Prince With Revolution Drummer Bobby Z
Purple punk, purple polka bands, purple pancakes
"...and became his Andy Newmark a la Sly & the Family Stone: white drummer in a multi-racial/-cultural R&B band...."

Oct. 10, 2018 Music Post by Tim Stegall

The Green Movement
KRS-One and Hakim Green bring the Stop the Violence Movement to Austin
"...Kool Moe Dee, MC Lyte, Doug E. Fresh, and other all-stars in the booth to cut “Self Destruction,” hip-hop’s..."

Jan. 21, 2009 Music Post by Thomas Fawcett

Chronicle Recommends: Films About Revolution
Watch the status quo crumble to pieces in these cinematic gems
"...Every month, the Chronicle’s film critics select a theme and offer movie..."

July 1, 2016 Screens Post by Chronicle Film Staff

Mike June’s Revolution
Who needs the music industry when you got empathy and songs?
"...Last Election Day, while waiting for the tallies, my family went to see Mike June play..."

July 31, 2013 Music Post by William Harries Graham

The Lost City
Andy Garcia’s film is a Cuban exile’s lament – more a dirge for what has vanished than a celebration of the past.
"...he also stars, is an obvious labor of love. The Lost City honors the filmmaker’s memory of the look..."

June 16, 2006 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Viva la Revolution!
Installation art may be notoriously hard to define, but its role in art history isn't. It helped change the way we look at art, and the Blanton Museum of Art's survey of three decades of installation art, "Blurring the Boundaries," provides a window on the revolution.
"...Quick, can you name the American artist who famously stuffed himself into his campus..."

March 17, 2000 Arts Feature by Ben Willcott

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