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UCF spring breakers witness and document asylum seekers’ plight in ‘A Break for Impact’
By Jessica Bryce Young
99-year-old Black park ranger Betty Reid Soskin sees American history as an ‘ascending spiral’ in ‘No Time to Waste’
By Alex Galbraith
Netflix doc paints the Bob Ross story in a new, different and unhappy light
By Steve Schneider
‘Zola’ gives proper life to A’Ziah King’s viral Twitter epic — as the lived experience of a Black woman, not a cartoon for the male gaze
La Jetee Perfumery is having its grand opening Saturday, June 26
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‘Sisters With Transistors,’ at Enzian Sunday only, uncovers the history of electronic music’s pioneering women
By Will Coviello
Despite a short running time, Italian doc 'The Truffle Hunters' is no mere trifle
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Enzian Theater's Florida Film Festival shorts trend darker this year, but still offer something for everyone
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Anthony Hopkins' performance in twisty Alzheimer's drama 'The Father' feels like a career capstone
Benedict Cumberbatch stars as the unlikeliest of spies in ‘The Courier’
‘Nomadland’ turns an ultra-realistic eye on the modern American unhoused
Lyrical Korean immigrant drama ‘Minari’ stirs the American melting pot with wild greens and factory eggs
In ‘Supernova,’ Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth stage a heartbreaking fight against the dying of the light
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