Movies
FELONY (Matthew Saville 2014)
 Moral agonies of a compromised Aussie cop
NIGHTCRAWLER (Dan Gilroy 2014)
Creepy-cool performance by Gyllenhaal nails America's TV gore-hunger and job desperationWriter-producer Dan Gilroy's directorial debut&n
LIFE OF RILEY (Alain Resnais 2014)--NYFF
 Farcical intrigue pursued right up to a lighthearted death.
THE HEART MACHINE (Zachary Wigon 2014)
  The internet is not your life
THE BLUE ROOM (Mathieu Amalric 2014)--NYFF (US release)
 A chilly, claustrophobic Simenon adaptation 
WHITE BIRD IN A BLIZZARD (Gregg Araki 2014)
 "Wildly uneven," but stylish fun
FORCE MAJEURE (Ruben Östlund 2014)
The cost of denialWhen what seems to be an avalanche roars up on ski vacationers at an open air French alpine cafe, instead of protecting his family the Swedish husband and father Tomas (Johannes Kuhnke) grabs his cell phone and runs.
THE MYSTERY OF HAPPINESS (Daniel Berman 2014)
 A tale of intimate strangers and a hidden dream
CITIZENFOUR (Laura Poitras 2014)
 Film about Edward Snowden NSA revelations provides intimate footage
FURY (David Ayer 2014)
  World War II action in a tank: straight, no chaser
A REQUIEM FOR SYRIAN REFUGEES (Richard Wolf 2014)
New documentary on Syrian Kurdish refugees documents the toll of sectarian conflict in the Middle EastChildren numbly adjust to living in UN tents while some adults wish they'd stayed and been killed by Bashar in Richard Wolf's short,
DEAR WHITE PEOPLE (Justin Simien 2014)
 Sundance satire on racial issues at US college
LISTEN UP PHILIP (Alex Ross Perry 20145)
 Portrait of the artist as a destructive young prick
THE OVERNIGHTERS (Jesse Moss 2014)
A powerful film about the complexity of "doing good" in the "real world" of small-town AmericaSome of the best documentaries get made when their directors, often working alone like Jesse Moss of 
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