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Tribeca Film Festival 2022 Jul 6, 2022 Films For Critic’s Notebook three films seen online from Tribeca 2022: Endangered is a HBO documentary about four liberal journalists currently gathering Tigers and Goal! Jun 13, 2022 Films In the print edition of Sight & Sound some words about Tigers, where the pressures at Inter Milan’s youth academy nearly destroy a teenage Project MK-Ultra Apr 8, 2022 Art For The Comics Journal a review of Project MK-Ultra: Sex, Drugs and the CIA Volume 1, a book on my radar ever since its creator Stewart K. Moore Zero Fucks Given Apr 5, 2022 Films No way that 2022 will produce a better Covid-era liberation visual than a thirty-second tracking shot of Adèle Exarchopoulos on an e-scooter in a SXSW Film Festival 2022 Mar 27, 2022 Films For Critic’s Notebook four films seen online from SXSW: The Thief Collector which seems to say that you should think the worst of quirky eccentric High-tech glass inspection Mar 24, 2022 Science For the April/May issue of Imaging & Machine Vision Europe magazine, an article about high-tech optical inspection methods for glass, which was The Matrix Resurrections Feb 5, 2022 Films Many a perfectly tolerable film is left in the wake of The Discourse bobbing like an used Pot Noodle container in a canal, but seeing Lana Wachowski Sundance Film Festival 2022 Jan 29, 2022 Films round up: For Sight & Sound reviews of: 892 a serious drama with John Boyega taking hostages When You Finish Saving Comics of the year 2021 Jan 3, 2022 Art Farewell, Brindavoine: early Jacques Tardi from 1972 but peering at it looking for unrefined skill is wasted effort. A fully formed cartoonist is at Films of the year 2021 Dec 3, 2021 Films My votes in the year’s Sight & Sound best films poll were for: Quo Vadis Aida (discussed in part here and reviewed here Army of the Dead (discussed Next page