The Morning Read: An Infinite Film, Brain-Melting and Piracy Profits

By  · Published on January 3rd, 2014

The best movie culture writing from around the internet-o-sphere.

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“Melt my brain, please: what we want to see in cinemas in 2014” – The Guardian’s critics check off the boxes on several amazing things that they probably won’t get.

“25 Most Memorable Nonfiction Movie Moments of 2013” – Christopher Campbell celebrates Beatle-esque pranks, lying at 24fps and the difficult truths we all found in an excellent year for documentaries.

“The Most Pirated Movies of 2013 – And Why Piracy Isn’t Hurting the Box Office” – Angela Watercutter at Wired juggles the numbers of a complicated situation. While it’s nowhere near conclusive, the relationship between the stolen and the successful is definitely curious.

“Phantasms of an Analog Twilight” – Martha Schwendener at the New York Times covers a new MoMA exhibit that seems more concerned with projectors than the projected.

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