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Jorie Graham’s challenging lyrics use language to give readers the experience of the poem. 

9.20.18

Leonard speaking at the most recent Sundance Film Festival, where he served on the jury
Photograph by Andrew Toth/Getty Images

Turning the Black List into a business, to modernize Hollywood’s dream machine

July-August 2016

“Gracie,” about a grandson and his ailing grandmother, is playing the 2016 Roxbury International Film Festival (at the Museum of Fine Arts)

Gracie, about a grandson and his ailing grandmother, is playing the 2016 Roxbury International Film Festival (at the Museum of Fine Arts)

Courtesy of the Roxbury International Film Festival

Independent films by and about people of color

May-June 2016

Damon Krukowski and Naomi Yang

Photograph by Stu Rosner

The many pursuits of musicians Damon & Naomi

March-April 2016

 A veteran's daughter visits with her father.

A veteran’s daughter visits with her father.
Photograph ©Alice Films

A new film about American veterans and the struggle to tell their stories through trauma therapy

11.13.15

Andrew Bujalski
Photograph by Jay L. Clendenin/Contour by Getty Images

The perfect pitch of filmmaker Andrew Bujalski

September-October 2015

In the film, David Thorpe does voice exercises designed to make him sound "less gay."

Photograph courtesy of IFC Films

David Thorpe’s new film Do I Sound Gay? de-stigmatizes the “gay voice.”

7.29.15

Danielle Feinberg

At Pixar, putting the finishing touches on animated worlds

July-August 2015

Frames from <i>Oidhche Sheanchais (A Night of Storytelling)</i>, directed by Robert Flaherty.

The first Irish “talkie,” long thought lost, comes to light at the Harvard Film Archive.

2.24.15