An in depth review of The Pleasure of Being Robbed (2008), the feature debut of dir. Josh Safdie, and its odd origins as a handbag commercial for Kate Spade.
A guide to the daring filmography of The Souvenir director Joanna Hogg. This article reviews Unrelated (2007), Archipelago (2010), and Exhibition (2013).
These five films stand out in a crowded field as some of the most surprising, exciting, and intriguing releases coming this April.
Five years ago Jennifer Kent unleashed The Babadook onto the world. With a new film coming this summer, and multiple projects on the way, it’s a perfect time to get to know this visionary director.
The movies coming out this March are weird, wild, and exhilarating. Make your plans now, because you’ll want to catch these in theaters.
In memory of Bruno Ganz, I wrote about one of his most iconic roles as an angel in love in Wim Wender’s astonishing masterpiece.
Kelly Reichardt’s films trace the lines between the natural world, the realities of modern life, and the people lost in between.
A staggering meditation on loneliness, womanhood, and the American West from master director Kelly Reichardt.
From Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ to Joanna Hogg’s ‘The Souvenir’. This is your guide to the most intriguing films coming out this year from fantastic directors both new and established.