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Sex and Death and the Whole Damn Thing: Gary Walkow and "Radio Mary"

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Mubi is hosting the exclusive global premiere of Gary Walkow's Radio Mary (2017), which will be showing November 28 - December 28, 2017.Gary Walkow’s filmmaking career has a peculiar shape. For a while he looked like a low-key American indie success story waiting for his breakthrough. His first feature The Trouble With Dick shared the Grand Prize at the 1987 Us Film Festival, which was renamed to Sundance a few years later. Notes From Underground (1995), a modern-day Dostoyevsky adaptation, premiered at Toronto and got good reviews and a modest bit of distribution; but Beat (2000), with Kiefer Sutherland and Courtney Love as Bill and Joan Burroughs, had a rocky reception at Sundance and seemed to mark the end of Indiewood’s flirtation with Walkow. After a hiatus that included an unfinished film, Walkow’s career began a second, more clandestine phase with Crashing (2007), a very low-budget comedy that eventually received DVD distribution, boosted
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Trouble with Dot & Harry, The | Slamdance Review - Slamdance 2015

Gary Walkow's The Trouble with Dot & Harry is one of those extremely rare family comedies that is funny and sweet, yet so incredibly intelligent. All of the moments feel incredibly authentic, as if they have been lived through by the screenwriter, lending the story the feel of a memoir. (Note: Walkow is Dot and Harry's real-life father.) Walkow brilliantly captures the awkward and uncomfortable moments as Richard flounders his way around child care. Richard constantly finds himself negotiating with the kids, as they are always pushing boundaries and testing limits. Dot and Harry try to learn as much as they can about this strange man, whether it be by Google searches or sneaking their mother's signed copy of The Trouble with Dick (Richard's first novel) along on the road trip. Richard learns an important lesson: by treating Dot and Harry like adults, he earns their respect and admiration.
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Here's Where to Stream 23 Sundance Grand Jury Prize Winners for Free or with Subscription

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Here's Where to Stream 23 Sundance Grand Jury Prize Winners for Free or with Subscription
This week, the Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner "Fruitvale Station" will open in theaters, but 23 past Sundance Grand Jury Prize winners are currently available to stream for free or with a subscription to one of the more popular streaming sites.  Read More: Here's 10 Of Our Favorite Sundance Jury Prize Winners, In Honor Of 'Fruitvale Station' Take a trip through Sundance history with these sometimes beloved, sometimes forgotten Sundance winners from yesteryear. U.S. Grand Jury Prize Dramatic Free "The Trouble with Dick" (1987) on Vimeo "What Happened Was" (1994) on Hulu "Welcome to the Dollhouse" (1996) on CrackleSUBSCRIPTION "You Can Count on Me" (2000) on Amazon Prime "Primer" (2004) on Netflix "Forty Shades of Blue" (2005) on Redbox Instant "Padre Nuestro" (2007) on Netflix "Like Crazy" (2011) on Netflix U.S. Grand Jury Prize Documentary Free "American Dream" (1991) on Hulu "American Movie" (1999) on Crackle "God Grew Tired of Us" (2006) on Hulu "We Live in...
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