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The Best Movie Posters of 2011

30 December 2011 11:38 AM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

1. Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

Back in February I called Chris Ware’s poster “definitely an early contender for the best of 2011” and eight months later nothing has come close in terms of ingenuity, beauty and sheer graphic skill. It’s fitting that Uncle Boonmee was also one of the year’s best films. Read all about it here. 

2. The Trip

Not the official poster for Michael Winterbottom’s foodie road trip, nor even the wonderful teaser poster which channelled Vik Muniz in a couple of dirty plates, but one of eight strikingly varied and witty alternative posters designed by Mojo, for what purpose I’m not entirely sure. All of them were terrific—you can see them here—and I’m ranking them second for the collective effort, but my favorite was this take on the great 1932 Dubonnet posters of A.M. Cassandre (whose Triplex poster »

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Interview | "Shit Year," Says Director Cam Archer, "is a thinly veiled portrait of me."

22 September 2011 7:53 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Cam Archer was just 20 when he made his first short, "Bobbycrush," which screened at Sundance in 2004. Since then, he's crafted a body of work that makes him one of America's most promising young filmmakers. His first feature, the gay coming-of-age tale "Wild Tigers I Have Known," was produced by Gus Van Sant, premiered at Sundance in 2006 and got some good reviews in its 2007 release via IFC »

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Cam Archer's "Shit Year"

21 September 2011 2:33 PM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

"I imagine those who had written off Cam Archer as yet another Gus Van Sant acolyte after seeing his debut, Wild Tigers I Have Known (2006), will be in for a shock when confronted with his latest film, Shit Year (2011), a mature work with a distinct, idiosyncratic approach to difficult questions." Travis Jeppesen for Artforum: "The film is ostensibly about Colleen West (Ellen Barkin), a middle-aged actress retiring from the industry and settling into a life of intensive self-isolation in a forest cabin. This deceptively simple premise serves as a convincing departure point for a prolonged meditation on solitude."

Archer "appears to have watched John Cassavetes's Opening Night, about a middle-aged actress, and rather more than a few avant-garde films as well," suggests Manohla Dargis in the New York Times. "Shot in handsome, often vividly contrasting black and white, [Shit Year] weighs in as an attempt at poetic expressionism, a bid to »

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