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  • @awolfeful
    18 January, 2017

    RT @missokistic: Betsy DeVos, who attended private, religious schools, is maybe not the best endorsement for the quality of private, religi…

  • @awolfeful
    17 January, 2017

    @jhoffman @misterpatches @BilgeEbiri Remember when lead pipes were weapon of choice for teens? So many lead pipes.

  • @awolfeful
    17 January, 2017

    @jhoffman @misterpatches John Cameron Mitchell as violent punk is aces.

  • @awolfeful
    17 January, 2017

    @BilgeEbiri @misterpatches I KNEW YOU'D CHIME IN! Michael Mann-produced, and I know where your allegiances lie.

  • @awolfeful
    17 January, 2017

    @misterpatches At the very least I look at the list and say, "Eh, I could watch that again." BAND OF THE HAND x1million.

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April Wolfe

April Wolfe

April Wolfe is the film critic for L.A. Weekly. Her criticism and features also appear in other Voice Media Group publications and in VMG's film partner the Village Voice. She's written for The Atlantic, Marie Claire, CityLab, Vice and many others, and she's the founder and a producer of One Axe Plays, a film and theater collective for women writers and directors. As a filmmaker, she's produced a feature film, written and directed a handful of shorts and worked in creative development as a top-level story analyst.

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