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  • Daniel Schindel

    Dan Schindel has been living and working in Los Angeles for two years. His writing about film has appeared in Movie Mezzanine, ScreenPicks, Nonfics, and Paste Magazine, among other publications. He spent a year watching and reviewing a documentary every day, so now he knows everything.

 


The 2014 TCM Classic Film Festival: A Bridge Between Past and Present

From rampaging monsters to obscure British comedies this fest resurrects the old stars and their adventures Read more...

Reel Words: The Week’s Best Writing About Movies

This week, read about the worst film ever, female superheroes, Roger Ebert, Tilda Swinton, and more Read more...

Reel Words: The Week’s Best Writing About Movies

For the inaugural edition of this column, we bring you stories about the Bechdel Test and the box office, body-swapping movies, set photos, Captain America’s disillusionment with acting, and what might be the best piece of film criticism of all time Read more...

Fact and Fiction: What’s the Deal with All Those Movies “Based on a True Story”?

This year, six of the nine Best Picture nominees are based on true events and 47 of the 117 Oscar nominations have gone to people working on such films Read more...

Queue 'Em Up: 10 Indie Films You'll Find on Netflix

Before this weekend's Independent Spirit Awards, here are 10 terrific indie movies you can find online Read more...

9 Great Films from the 2014 Pan African Film Festival

The 22nd annual Pan African Film Festival was held last weekend, showcasing dozens of feature-length films, documentaries, and shorts. Here are some of the most memorable ones Read more...

Sundance 2014: The Final Tally

An Indonesian film offers a bit of the old ultra-violence, a documentary about rural Missouri wins hearts, and a British actor does a brilliant job playing a reformed L.A. gangster Read more...

Sundance 2014: The Midweek Round-up

Killer cats, villainous doppelgangers, and a film shot over the course of 12 years are among the offerings at Sundance's halfway point Read more...

Sundance 2014: Aaron Paul’s New Role, A Notorious South Korean Court Case & More Films from the First Weekend

From a slow-burn French thriller and a notorious South Korean court case to Aaron Paul’s latest role and a 3D retelling of Madame Butterfly, here are six buzzworthy films from the 2014 Sundance Film Festival Read more...

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