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Vanity Fair Review says "+Love Is Strange simulates real life in the most poignant of ways: breaking your heart while sending it soaring." Next week at Tribeca (4/23 & 4/26) and then US open on 8/22. Go see this beautiful film friends. Go!
Already a hit at Sundance, Ira Sachs’s sensitive and thoughtful comedy returns to Manhattan.
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Google is going to allow users to set the privacy values on their g+ gender next week, essentially allowing you to make it hidden. Seems like the g+ team is listening!
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Great news! I'm proud to announce Google+ Profiles is launching a new privacy enhancement in response to user feedback. Starting later this week, you will be able to set the privacy setting of your gender on your Google+ Profile just as you control other information about yourself. :-)
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Entertainment Weekly picks +Love Is Strange as one of the top 10 art-house must-see movies of the summer! :-)
It’s Memorial Day weekend — the unofficial start of summer — and the holiday’s top movies at the box-office will likely be X-Men, Godzilla, and...
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"This film (+Love Is Strange) was primarily funded by 25 gay and lesbian men and women who made money in other fields and really, we got this groundswell of support from professional, retired lesbian women, who just loved the script and said we're going to make this movie. And they have made this movie, and they've stood behind me." - Ira Sachs

This is how we tell these independent stories and make these independent movies folks: one check and one committed person at a time! If you can't fund a film or work on a crew, then you can buy a ticket, or rent a film, or share a link, or spread the word. Anything to make sure that everyone involved can get up the next day/year and do it again, one gratifying movie at a time. 

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The premise of Ira Sachs' sixth feature, Love Is Strange, recalls a type of story we read in the news with increasing frequency: George (Alfred Molina) marries his husband Ben (John Lithgow) and loses his job teaching at a Catholic school as a result. That sounds like a recipe for a heavy-handed message movie, but the beauty of Love Is Strange (and it really is a beautiful movie – hands down my favorite I've seen so far this year) is its subtlety...
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An injured rodeo star, stuck in his past glory days, gets a big wake up call when his wife threatens to leave him and their car gets repossessed.
Support this short film to be shot in Burns, OR at the Harney County Fair and Rodeo!
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In 1968, when even the ARPANET was under construction, JCR Licklider wrote an essay about "The Computer as a Communication Device" which is extraordinarily apt today. Note especially the 3rd and 5th paragraphs:

"When people do their informational work “at the console” and “through the network,” telecommunication will be as natural an extension of individual work as face-to-face communication is now. The impact of that fact, and of the marked facilitation of the communicative process, will be very great—both on the individual and on society.

"First, life will be happier for the on-line individual because the people with whom one interacts most strongly will be selected more by commonality of interests and goals than by accidents of proximity. ....

"For the society, the impact will be good or bad, depending mainly on the question: Will “to be on line” be a privilege or a right? If only a favored segment of the population gets a chance to enjoy the advantage of “intelligence amplification,” the network may exaggerate the discontinuity in the spectrum of intellectual opportunity.

"On the other hand, if the network idea should prove to do for education what a few have envisioned in hope, if not in concrete detailed plan, and if all minds should prove to be responsive, surely the boon to humankind would be beyond measure.

"Unemployment would disappear from the face of the earth forever, for consider the magnitude of the task of adapting the network’s software to all the new generations of computer, coming closer and closer upon the heels of their predecessors until the entire population of the world is caught up in an infinite crescendo of on-line interactive debugging.
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