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DIFF: Tuesday Picks


by Stephen Becker 13 Apr 2010

For your Tuesday viewing pleasure, might we recommend: Hold – Arlington filmmaker Frank Mosley directs this story of a couple working through the pain of a home break-in that results in a sexual assault. If you check out the film (or even if you don’t), be sure to listen to Think on Wednesday as Mosley […]

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For your Tuesday viewing pleasure, might we recommend:

Hold – Arlington filmmaker Frank Mosley directs this story of a couple working through the pain of a home break-in that results in a sexual assault. If you check out the film (or even if you don’t), be sure to listen to Think on Wednesday as Mosley will be part of a panel of local filmmakers discussing their movies playing at this year’s festival.  (4 p.m., Angelika)

Animation Competition –  Let’s face it: it’s darn near impossible to see new animated shorts in a theater these days unless they are running before the newest Pixar film. The Animated Competition collects 10 such films in a 68-minute block – just enough of a fix until Toy Story 3 (and its inevitable short) comes out in June  (7:15 p.m., Angelika)

Lemmy – Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister is one of the most influential figures of hard rock. Don’t believe me? Then watch Lemmy, which features a who’s who of of metal (Metallica, Ozzy, Dave Grohl) saying exactly that. And then saying it again. The film debuted at SXSW; click here to read my review.  (7 p.m., Magnolia)

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