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FILMS OF 1972: Celebrating 50 Golden Years of The Loft Cinema!

In 2022, The Loft Cinema celebrates its Golden 50th Anniversary with a year-long series of classic films from 1972!   Each month, we’re showcasing a different film from The Loft’s birth year, presented on the big screen for that uniquely “Lofty” theatrical experience!   From international arthouse hits to Hollywood blockbusters, these are just some of the films that made audiences fall in love with the magic of the movies back in 1972, and The Loft Cinema was there to bring that magic to Southern…

70mm - January 2022

Friends, if you aren't caught up yet on the podcast, for January we're choosing whatever movies we want to cover on the podcast, no theme for this month!

Festival Focus: Sundance | Official Trailer

If you can’t bring the audience to the festival, bring the festival to the audience! With the Sundance Film Festival commencing this week, it’s also taking over MUBI. While dreams of hopping to Hollywood are fulfilled (or dashed), and as new indie darlings are crowned, we’ll be playing some of our Sundance favorites.

Martin Scorsese on Miklós Jancsó

Martin Scorsese shared some thoughts about Miklós Jancsó in honor of Kino Lorber's release of six films by the Hungarian master, restored in 4K from their original camera negatives by the National Film Institute Hungary – Film Archive. These films are now playing at the Metrograph in New York before touring select cities and coming to Digital, Blu-ray, and DVD in April 2022.

Evil in The Mirror: John Carpenter's Revealing 'Prince of Darkness' by Joshua Rothkopf

[Last year, Musings paid homage to Produced and Abandoned: The Best Films You’ve Never Seen, a review anthology from the National Society of Film Critics that championed studio orphans from the ‘70s and ‘80s. In the days before the Internet, young cinephiles like myself relied on reference books and anthologies to lead us to films we might not have discovered otherwise. Released in 1990, Produced and Abandoned was a foundational piece of work, introducing me to such wonders as Cutter’s Way, Lost in…

5 Films to Watch if you like Mother/Android on Netflix

‘Mother/Android’ starring Chloe-Grace Moretz was recently released on Netflix. The plot of the movie centers around a couple, Sam and Georgia, who are on the run after androids go rogue. Their goal is to reach Boston and get on a cruise to Korea, which is unaffected by the rebellion. The small-scale indie movie juggles a mix of genres, chiefly sci-fi, post-apocalyptic, and road movies. The cast is relatively unknown, Moretz being the only recognized name on it. The production shortcomings do not…

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