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  • High Sci-Fi; a Simpleton for President; Shady Developers!

    High Sci-Fi; a Simpleton for President; Shady Developers!
    On July 14, the Whitney Humanities Center at Yale (53 Wall St.; 203-432-6556, opens a film series, "The Gardener's Shadow," in collaboration with Artspace and Yale's Marsh Botanical Garden. The films, which feature themes of gardening and sustainable living, were selected by Eric Larson, curator of plants at Marsh, to complement the exhibition Marie Celeste, currently showing at Artspace (and reviewed in this issue of the Advocate). The exhibition takes its name from "Marie Celeste, or Colony Collapse, Disorder" — the decline of bee populations — and addresses environmental threats. The films show at 7:30 p.m., are free and open to the public, and is followed by a discussion.
  • Tribeca Film Festival unveils narrative and documentary selections

    The Tribeca Film Festival announced selections for this year's narrative and documentary competitions. The festival, which takes place April 18-29 in Lower Manhattan, also unveiled the films for its non-competitive Viewpoints program, which focuses on...

    There could be Oscar gold in 'The Garden'

    There could be Oscar gold in 'The Garden'
    Documentary maker Scott Hamilton Kennedy has earned critics' paeans and an Oscar nomination by training his camera on two intensely local, only-in-L.A. subjects: a play at a Compton high school and the rise and fall of a South Los Angeles community...

    Documentaries delight Hollywood's politically engaged

    Documentaries delight Hollywood's politically engaged
    The documentary category is where Hollywood wears its conscience on its sleeve, and this Oscar season's nominees have the politically engaged members of the industry buzzing more than usual over the range and variety of topics. Partly, that's because the...

    The Garden: 3 of 5 stars

    Scott Hamilton Kennedy's Oscar-nominated documentary, The Garden, is about the "largest urban garden in the United States" and efforts to save it. It's a tale of lawyered rich vs. organized poor, of property rights vs. squatter's rights and of brown vs....