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From Uncut

“The world described by Winter’s Bone is a place of woe, where when things aren’t bad they’re worse. It’s remote, inhospitable, out there on the very edge of things, impoverished, populated by brooding malcontents, linked by blood, suspicion and ill-feeling and otherwise … Continue reading

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Another Great Movie review!

They just keep getting better. Oscars here we come! This just in from DifferentDrummer.cc “… the bluegrass banjo, fiddle, and mandolin music that saturates the film rings as old and true … (as) the hills, especially the tunes sung at … Continue reading

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Misc. Tidbits

Lots going on at the Winter’s Bone HQ these days as well, with Tory and Debra hard at work on a companion documentary piece to the film that will be available on DVD. I’m involved in the narrative, so I … Continue reading

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One of the Best Bluegrass Soundtracks This Side of “O Brother, Where Art Thou?”

“Granik’s film features one of the best bluegrass soundtracks this side of “O Brother, Where Art Thou?”” The reviews just keep getting better! Check your local theatre listings or visit the Winter’s Bone website for listings. If it’s not coming … Continue reading

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The New Yorker kinda likes WINTER’S BONE

“In its lived-in, completely non-ideological way, “Winter’s Bone” is one of the great feminist works in film.” – David Denby, The New Yorker ““Winter’s Bone” is what we’ve been waiting for: a work of art that grabs hold and won’t … Continue reading

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New York Times Interview with Debra Granik

ON the face of it, Debra Granik’s gracefully melancholy second feature has much in common with her first, right down to its chilly title. Like her 2004 debut feature, “Down to the Bone,” a vérité indie about an upstate New … Continue reading

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