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NCFCA Member Reviews for April 2018
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The work of Raleigh artist Thomas Sayre is the product of a creative process that seeks to find a balance between unhealthy or unproductive extremes. In Earthcaster, the documentary profiling Sayre, it is said that his work “changes the landscape but doesn’t take it over.” The process of making large sculptures from the land that become a part of the landscape is one the artist describes as “being in control, but not….”
The NCFCA has several members at Full Frame, sending reports about the best documentaries at the fest. We’ll be updating this page this weekend as reports come in for particular films.
We”ll have reports from NCFCA members about the first big film of 2016, Zach Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, as reviews start rolling in.
NCFCA member Ken Morefield got a sneak peek at the new ESPN documentary about the Duke Lacrosse case, and he says it’s a troubling, provocative summary of a case that rocked one of North Carolina’s …
NCFCA member Andrew Spitznas recommends Son of Saul over at Secular Cinephile:
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What did NCFCA members have to say about Gods of Egypt?
How did NCFCA members review Deadpool? Here are some samples of our members at work: