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Anna Nappi

Every year, the transition week between January and February has allowed me the opportunity to do two things: live vicariously through coverage of the Sundance Film Festival and pine for the day when I will...
Several days prior to the release of French-Senegalese director Maimouna Doucouré’s debut, “Cuties,” the film went viral on social media. Per usual, Netflix had already added its poster and description to the site, giving subscribers...
While the film industry has a reputation for sensationalized, contrived world-building, movies often capture the monotony of daily life to shed light on the quietly overlooked moments that pass us by with time. They reveal...
I watch the Academy Awards every year and I complain about the Academy Awards every year. Like clockwork, I anticipate the list of nominations in January, knowing I’ll be disappointed to see the same problematic...
This past winter break, I had the unfortunate pleasure of wasting $20 and 240 minutes of my time watching “Bombshell” and “Richard Jewell” in theaters. Thankfully, I was also able to catch “Little Women” and...
Ever since she was young, Jenny Slate wanted to make a documentary. Or, as she explains to her father in one of the many interview-style clips spliced throughout her first stand-up comedy special, she imagined...
“Someone we know who is ‘in the know’ just let something very interesting slip about the future of TWIN PEAKS—If it’s true, we’ll be squealing and giddy in 2020!” tweeted the Hollywood Horror Museum on...
Every September, the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston host the Boston Women’s Film Festival (BWFF). Only a Brandeis shuttle ride (plus an Uber, unless you’re feeling up to...

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