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Film Podcast: We Have to Hold Filmmakers Responsible, and if They Make a Piece of Crap, Too Bad

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We leave the movie theater on this week's Voice Film Club podcast in favor of a longform interview with Village Voice film critic Stephanie Zacharek, who's been at the New York paper for about a year. Before that she wrote for Salon, Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone and the Boston Phoenix, among others.

We also take a few moments to recommend two new films: Snowmobiling documentary Northern Light and Roman Polanski's Venus in Fur.

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