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Feature: The Quiet Menace of Kelly Reichardt’s Feminist Westerns

Through her spare, often uncomfortably observant movies, the filmmaker tells the stories of women moving through an uneasy world.
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First Trailer for Kelly Reichardt's 'Certain Women' with Kristen Stewart

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"No one understands what my life has become." IFC Films has debuted the first official trailer for Certain Women, the latest film from American filmmaker Kelly Reichardt which first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier th...

Film Review: Meek's Cutoff (Dir. Kelly Reichardt)

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Meek's Cutoff Dir. Kelly Reichardt [Oscilloscope Laboratories; 2011] by Alex Peterson Rating: Director Kelly Reichardt has taken the last few years to quietly establish herself as one of the most subtle and relevant filmmakers in Am...

Interview: Kelly Reichardt on the re-release of her debut and being mad as hell

Entertainment / Film : The A.V. Club - Film

Kelly Reichardt is angry and always has been. Even as her ascendency in the world of independent cinema continues (with intimate, pensive gems like Old Joy, Meek’s Cutoff, and Night Moves), the Florida-born filmmaker refuses to be a...

Film Review: Night Moves (Dir. Kelly Reichardt)

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Night Moves Dir. Kelly Reichardt [Cinedigm; 2014] by Jeffrey Dunn Rovinelli Rating: With her last film, the revisionist Western Meek’s Cutoff (TMT Review), director Kelly Reichardt torqued her knack for minute observation of charact...

Kelly Reichardt's triptych sheds an intimate light on 'Certain Women'

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The first of the three stories in “Certain Women,” Kelly Reichardt’s remarkably quiet and quietly remarkable new movie, follows a Montana small-town lawyer named Laura (played by Laura Dern) and her relationship with an unusually st...


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