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2009 Stories by Michelle Orange

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  • Up Next: San Francisco

    published October 7, 2009

    Billed as a “collective feature film,” New York, I Love You is the second in the “Cities of Love” series, an... More >>

  • Pressure Cooker

    published August 19, 2009

    Wilma Stephenson runs her high school culinary arts class like a Marine sergeant: She’s loud, cranky, and prone to threatening bodily harm.... More >>

  • A Wink and a Smile

    published May 27, 2009

    A Wink and a Smile combines a survey of the underground burlesque resurgence, where the traditional striptease style is often subverted to... More >>

  • Yogi Bear

    published April 22, 2009

    There are a number of tensions at play in Kate Churchill’s Enlighten Up!, a documentary about the proliferation of yoga as both... More >>

  • Ballerina

    published March 25, 2009

    Manuel Legris, a French dancer interviewed in Ballerina, Bertrand Norman’s involving study of the Russian ballet, insists that a Russian... More >>

  • Ballerina

    published March 25, 2009

    Manuel Legris, a French dancer interviewed in Ballerina, Bertrand Norman's involving study of the Russian ballet, insists that a Russian... More >>

  • 12

    published March 11, 2009

    Nominated for a Best Foreign Language Film Oscar in 2008, Russian actor/director Nikita Mikhalkov's masterful, engrossing 12 is finally... More >>

  • 12

    published March 11, 2009

    Nominated for a Best Foreign Language Film Oscar in 2008, Russian actor/director Nikita Mikhalkov’s masterful, engrossing 12 is finally... More >>

  • Azur and Asmar

    published February 25, 2009

    With its delicate, fairy-tale bones and layer of politically conscious muscle, Azur and Asmar is a sleek and yet slightly unwieldy animal.... More >>

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