Craig Atkinson’s incendiary new documentary provides sobering food for thought on the rise of police brutality and intimidation in America.
Kelly Reichardt’s cinema gives us slow, rich portraits of life’s daily rhythms, its frustrations and unresolved conflicts.
How refreshing it is to see a female protagonist whose strength of will and character is not of the superhuman variety.
A Man Called Ove‘s darkness and humor are balanced artfully, a merit one often sees in Scandinavian film.
These cinematic eyefuls will rouse you from the ennui you’re feeling these days, brought on by too many binge sessions watching Netflix.
This taut, often hilarious, thriller is a stellar example of why Scandinavian cinema continues to impress.
The Other Side comes off as a reserved, rather poignant glimpse into the lives of people who have very little to hope for.
We’re very fortunate that this kooky cinematic icon finds the internet interesting; this film is one of the most interesting documentaries of the year so far.
There has never been a better time in America to reconsider the importance of television’s role in the political discourse.
The performances by Ange Dargent and Théophile Baquet could not be better.