Documentary

News Opinion 

SPECIAL MEDIA FARM: SETTLING THE SCORE ON ‘SCOFFLAW’

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Our main intent in calling out the Globe on this ridiculous matter was to mock their utter reluctance to give credit where it’s due. Even when the source is 90 years old. Continue reading

News Opinion 

MEDIA FARM: THE GLOBE RE-WRITES HISTORY TO AVOID GIVING THE HERALD PROPS

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The story continues with King receiving “more than 20,000 entries” including “’boozshevic,’ ‘contralaw,’ ‘klinker,’ ‘lawjacker,’ ‘slacklaw,’ and ‘wetocrat.’” And with “two people [who] independently suggested ‘scofflaw,’ winning $100 apiece.” Thing is, we recall a different chain of events in the Ken Burns documentary Prohibition. Continue reading

Film Music 

OF MONTREAL ON SCREEN

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When you’re a 20-something male whose jaunt to a foreign country ends in heartbreak, there’s only one thing you can do: move back to the states and start a band fueled by your broken heart. Continue reading

Film 

TEA PARTY ON SCREEN AT BRATTLE

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” I think for most liberals, the film is kind of a welcome opportunity for them to sort of stick their toe in the other side of the aisle.” Continue reading

Film 

MODULAR HOMIES

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Get excited: Music, art, and tech fest Together Boston will screen I Dream of Wires, critically acclaimed documentary about the modular synthesizer at the Institute of Contemporary Art on May 18th as a part of the 5th annual week-long event. Continue reading

Film 

SXSW: THREE QUESTIONS WITH ANGUS MACQUEEN

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After Osama Bin Laden was caught and killed, Chapo Guzman became the most wanted man in the world. Continue reading