What do these young Mexican filmmakers want? For us to bear witness.
This is a wicked and entertaining satire on the dizzying class conflicts roiling Indian society, a neo-Marxist story of masters and servants, money and corruption — a Horatio Alger tale with a devilish twist.
To Sound of Metal’s credit, the narrative remains open-ended, refusing to descend into a predictable “Hollywood” story of triumph over adversity.
Dan Callahan has crafted an entertaining and illuminating guide to understanding Hitchcock’s relationship with some of the most iconic actors of the day.
White Noise is neither a polemic nor an exercise in agitprop: it is a journey into the dark center of a reprehensible movement that is growing more vocal every day.
Sofia Coppola’s flawed characters are part of the real world, engaged in authentic relationships struggling with universal dilemmas.
This thoughtful study offers a worthwhile critical perspective on Werner Herzog, one of the world’s great living film artists.
In this documentary, the photographer and his art are not so much defended as explained through the voices of the world’s top models and movie icons with whom he worked.
The Painted Bird is a coming-of-age story populated by the worst of humankind.
“Black is beautiful. Black isn’t power. Knowledge is power. You can be black as a crow or white as snow but if you don’t know and you ain’t got no dough, you can’t go and that’s for sho’. — Bookstore owner Lewis H. Michaux from Black Power Mixtape Once the Black Lives Matter demonstrations began, lists of […]