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A reflection on 2014 in loss and change throughout the film industry




Ellar Coltrane stars as Mason in Richard Linklater's
Ellar Coltrane stars as Mason in Richard Linklater's "Boyhood."
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Another year has come and gone, and with it comes a reflection on the film industry and how it has changed. Part of that change comes from the people who have passed away and how their work will continue to be seen and enjoyed by future generations. Another part of that change comes from how the year has shaped film and how film has shaped the year.

From the Sony hack leading to a video-on-demand release of “The Interview” to the 12-years-in-the-making release of “Boyhood,” 2014 is sure to influence the shape of 2015 in film. How did 2014 change film for you?

Guests:

Tim Cogshell, film critic for KPCC and Alt Film Guide

Henry Sheehan, film critic for KPCC and CriticsAGoGo.com



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