Lynn Shelton had developed what was becoming her own distinctive blend of comedy and drama, one that drew on strong writing, improvisation, and women characters.
Up From the Streets is no New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival — but it tries.
The enigma of Seberg’s demise hangs over this biopic, which focuses on the civil rights activism that made the actress a target for the FBI’s covert surveillance.
Six more feature films of great interest and their links, carefully chosen to get you through the travails of the coronavirus.
Five more feature films of great interest and their links, carefully chosen to get you through the travails of the coronavirus.
Robert the Bruce is a chronicle of war that contains moments of bucolic beauty and poetry that will surely appeal to lovers of historical films.
It’s a simple and formulaic premise: a boy with a single mom and an old widower become soulmates. But Driveways transcends cliché because of its strong direction and performances, especially from the late Brian Dennehy.
Play The Way You Feel is the best volume around on the uneasy relationship between film and jazz.
Deerskin is a mordantly funny commentary on the fragility of identity, livelihood, and masculinity.
Here are five more appealing feature films and their links, handpicked to get you pleasurably through the Covid-19 days. Two need to be rented, three are free.