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The Magnetic Fields With Gal Musette First Avenue, Minneapolis November 13, 2012 Anyone who goes to a performance by the Magnetic Fields should be prepared to have their heart broken a time or two during the set. God knows that the band sure has experienced it over their distinguished 20-plus years ... More >>
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DreamWorks says 3D helps "emotionally immerse" the audience
Winnipeg's avant-garde auteur Guy Maddin comes in from the cold
The Fiery Furnaces turn poetic non sequitors into the surreal life of songs
'Something's Gotta Give' puts everything on sale--at full price
Last year my boss sent me to sit in a dark room for 150 nights. Here's what I took away from the ordeal.
The Venice Film Festival gives voice to the global cacophony
'Cremaster' controls the ups and downs of Matthew Barney's corpus
Maverick Shawn McConneloug looks west for her latest dance and pony show
Addicted to decadence, in love with excess: The films of Fosse
The Producers and 101 Reykjavik are textbook cases of repugnance redeemed
The Coen Brothers grant Ulysses a Southern setting in their Thirties-style road saga O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Actor-director Kenneth Branagh enters his Love's Labour's Lost in this year's musical movie sweepstakes
Dim efforts by Roland Joffé, the Coen Brothers, Lars von Trier, Neil LaBute, and John Waters darken the screens of the world's flashiest film fest
The sprawling new triple-album by the Magnetic Fields is a many-splendored thing
The Minnesota Opera's Carmen sacrifices passion for fashion.