Filmmaker Alexandra Anthony’s ambitious debut documentary was, in essence, fifty years in the making.
Arlington International Film Festival
Divided into three acts and an epilogue, the film attempts to generate Shakespearean resonances, but the presentation is more mundane than tragic.
Unorthodox teases the audience with the come-on that it will be a highly unusual documentary about religion and individual transformation..
The Rocket is an absorbing, visually stunning film with a backstory not quickly forgotten.
Botso teaches children the joie de vivre of music and he is remarkably successful.
The month features a number of ambitious film festivals and the predictable cinematic excursions, classy and crass, into the spooky.