Posts Tagged: Nick Rombes

Two Dollar Radio Is Moving Into Film!

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The Columbus based indie publisher, Two Dollar Radio is expanding to the big screen! One of the first titles to be released from Two Dollar Radio Moving Pictures is The Removals, written by Rumpus contributor Nicholas Rombes and directed by Grace Krilanovich. Also, check out this trailer for another forthcoming release, The Greenbrier Ghost!

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You Might Never Find Your Way Back: Shirley Jackson’s Hangsaman

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There are other odd, improbable, tenuous connections, as if Hangsaman had a secret way of speaking to (or through) other artifacts beyond its time.

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PANEL BUSTING: The Census

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At Oxford American, Rumpus columnist Nick Rombes breaks into the official US census for 1860, chronicling his reaction to the text and the traces left behind by past readers. “Curled delicately, its oil having spread out in a bloom across the pages, the hair is part of a human body in a book about numbered […]

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“The Removals”

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Rumpus columnist Nicholas Rombes has the first installment of a three-part story up at Berfrois. “They took you to the first house, and then, later, to the second. By the time they had removed you to the third house you knew the process was underway. Each house presented its own puzzles and, ultimately, its own […]

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Rombes’ Blogs for Filmmaker Magazine

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Rumpus columnist Nick Rombes’ shot-by-shot breakdown of Blue Velvet has officially begun. The breakdown is happening in a trifecta of weekly blog posts for Filmmaker Magazine, 47-second increments of the film detailed in cinematic analysis. Scott Macaulay introduces the project, lauding Rombes’ impressive undertaking and the DVD player for making pausing film feasible. And here […]

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