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May 25, 1986 | TERRY ATKINSON
Since more and more videos seem to shy away from concepts and settle for lip-syncing, this month's top two videos are all the more welcome. In them, Peter Gabriel's and Lou Reed's directors put them through some heavy changes with eye-catching results. Ratings system: 80-100, don't miss; 60-79, recommended; 40-59, watchable; 20-39, weak; 0-19, wretched. SPOTLIGHT VIDEO: Peter Gabriel's "Sledgehammer." OK, folks, this may be it: The Best Music Video Ever Made.
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May 9, 1996 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The world of animation is one in which the artist's control of his or her medium is absolute, and few animators have used their power so imaginatively as Timothy and Stephen Quay. It is entirely fitting that their dazzling, eerie first live-action film, "Institute Benjamenta," not only approximates closely the control they had in their earlier medium but also becomes a meditation on the power of the artist over his creation.
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November 12, 1987 | CHARLES SOLOMON
"The Brothers Quay," a program of short films that opens today at the Nuart, offers local audiences a chance to see the polished and disquieting stop-motion animation of Timothy and Stephen Quay, American-born identical twins of Chinese ancestry who work in London.
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