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  • 'Every Secret Thing,' Amy Berg's fiction feature debut, is listless

    'Every Secret Thing,' Amy Berg's fiction feature debut, is listless
    The psychological mystery "Every Secret Thing" boasts crackerjack documentarian Amy Berg's fiction feature debut, Frances McDormand as a producer, a screenplay by awkward-moments master Nicole Holofcener and a killer cast that includes Diane Lane, Elizabeth Banks, Dakota Fanning and Common.
  • Amy Berg's newest dark movie isn't a documentary -- finally

    Amy Berg's newest dark movie isn't a documentary -- finally
    After directing "Deliver Us From Evil," her Oscar-nominated 2006 documentary chronicling sex-abuse cases in the Roman Catholic Church, Amy Berg set her sights on directing a narrative feature. "Since 'Deliver Us From Evil,' I have been getting a lot...

    Laura Lippman novel coming to movie theaters, video on demand

    Laura Lippman novel coming to movie theaters, video on demand
    Another Baltimore scribe is coming to the big screen. Laura Lippman's "Every Secret Thing," a story of missing children and the two young suspects who had once been found guilty of a similar crime, opens in theaters and becomes available through video...

    The Biblioracle's Biblio Awards: Part II

    The Biblioracle's Biblio Awards: Part II
    Lots of Biblio Awards still to hand out, not a lot of space to put them in. It's like the orchestra is already warming up to shoo me off the stage of 2014's year in reading. Quiet down woodwinds: I've got more to say! Character I'd Most Like to...

    Pining for sophisticated comedy in a world of raunch

    It would seem beyond argument that Americans are more sophisticated today than they were in the 1930s and '40s. We travel, communicate and do business across the globe, have access to more information and more types of sensation than ever before —...