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Entries by Erica Abeel from 10/2012

Tabu and the Arrival of a Master Filmmaker

| Posted 10.02.2012 | Entertainment

A universe apart, Tabu conveys romantic longing among the foothills of Mount Tabu, where lovers play out their affair under the eyes of a watchful, mystical crocodile. Unlike the treacly The Artist, Tabu places demands on the viewer. Can American filmgoers embrace this rapturous film?

"The Gatekeepers"and Shin Bet Deliver the Goods

| Posted 10.10.2012 | Entertainment

Israel has quickly become an entertainment powerhouse that has given us In Treatment and the original Homeland, along with the two marvelous films that made the NYFF. We eagerly await the latest from Ari Folman. His Waltz with Bashir was also distributed by Sony Pictures Classics.

In New Film, an Eccentric Genius Outwits the Nazis and Creates an Orchestra

| Posted 10.31.2012 | Entertainment

Orchestra of Exiles chronicles the course of Polish violinist Bronislaw Huberman, from his years as a child prodigy to the most celebrated fiddler in Europe at a moment when the Nazis were taking over the continent.