Citizen Jane documentary ‘Maidentrip’ offers fresh perspective
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Citizen Jane documentary ‘Maidentrip’ offers fresh perspective

The opening film of the Citizen Jane Film Festival, “Maiden Trip”, was shown at the…

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Citizen Jane Film Festival returns to Columbia
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Citizen Jane Film Festival returns to Columbia

This weekend marks the third annual Citizen Jane Film Festival at Stephens College.  The women’s…

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‘About Love’ features shorts to laugh along with at home
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‘About Love’ features shorts to laugh along with at home

It’s Thursday afternoon, and it seems like it’s been a month or so since Saturday…

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‘Orchids’ blossoms into a self-reflective, relatable story
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‘Orchids’ blossoms into a self-reflective, relatable story

Usually, I can categorize films in two ways: the fun loving movies that entertain you…

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‘Existence’ shatters creative boundaries, provokes thought
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‘Existence’ shatters creative boundaries, provokes thought

There is something haunting, twisted and yet achingly beautiful about “Existence.” The film, shot on…

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‘The World Before Her’ reveals two sides of same nation
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‘The World Before Her’ reveals two sides of same nation

Images flash across the screen. A woman wearing a Rajasthani lehenga, a traditional full length…

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‘The Playroom’ plays with heartstrings
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‘The Playroom’ plays with heartstrings

Oftentimes when eleven o’ clock comes and goes and I’m still swamped in all the…

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‘Love and Other Anxieties’ fails to go anywhere
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‘Love and Other Anxieties’ fails to go anywhere

I walked into the cozy, bright-walled and sofa-stuffed Ragtag theater with high expectations. Upon watching…

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‘Everyman’s Journey’ proves to be as clever as title
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‘Everyman’s Journey’ proves to be as clever as title

I am not a die-hard fan of Journey (I’ll admit, I only know, and vaguely…

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