Portraits of ladies on fire: ‘SMOOTH TALK’ and ‘GIRLFRIENDS’ share more in common than a home at Criterion
1985’s ‘SMOOTH TALK’ and 1978’s ‘GIRLFRIENDS’ have recently entered the Criterion Collection. We take a deeper look at what unites these films as reflections of the second wave of feminism.
What do the creatives and character voices have to say about RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON’s timely qualities?
RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON takes place in a fantastical realm. However, its rooted in real world complexities.
‘THE UNITED STATES VS. BILLIE HOLIDAY’ is not an exceptional film, but it is a work worth watching, and not solely for Andra Day’s performance.
Our love for THE CROODS: A NEW AGE has only grown since it released on disc this week. Some thoughts on the new 4K release:
Although it’s admittedly beholden to clichés, ‘WRONG TURN’ keeps from falling into enough narrative traps to arrive at an exciting destination that clutches you by the throat.
‘BILLIE EILISH: THE WORLD’S A LITTLE BLURRY’ Review: Wholesome Coming-Of-Age Documentary Offers An All-Access Pass
Savvy superstar Billie Eilish skyrockets to fame, but stays humble in this wholesome music documentary.
Kino Lorber releases an eternally cool doc, a sleeper neo-noir from Soderbergh, the Elijah Wood-starring ‘THE WAR’, and more
New batch of releases from Kino Lorber. What’s worth buying, renting, or skipping?
Fresh Fiction spoke with Ms. Delpy recently (via Zoom) to discuss some of the eye-opening themes in her latest film ‘MY ZOE’ as well as the psychology of the characters she pens.
Being released by Kino Marquee in virtual cinemas across the country, the documentary gets the chance to make its mark on a modern audience.
Ahead of the season 2 finale, we spoke with actor Pico Alexander about his character’s bravado, fame, and the series unique style.
‘FOR ALL MANKIND’ Video Interview: Joel Kinnaman and Shantel VanSanten on new season’s themes of growth, sacrifice
We spoke to Joel Kinnaman and Shantel VanSanten about where their characters are, the growth they’ve experienced through the show, parenting, and sacrifice. Watch the video>>
Tahar Rahim’s and Jodie Foster’s performances help elevate case of unjust imprisonment.
‘A GLITCH IN THE MATRIX’ director asks deep, thought-provoking questions about our reality with latest documentary
We spoke with director Rodney Ascher (ROOM 237, THE NIGHTMARE) about the nature of our reality, balancing complex ideas, and how A GLITCH IN THE MATRIX causes us to think about life’s patterns.
We discuss growth lessons, poetic inspirations, and the art of delivery in their depiction of Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton’s betrayal by an FBI informant.
[Interview] Michael Fimognari soundtracks character & artistry with ‘TO ALL THE BOYS: ALWAYS AND FOREVER’
The cinematographer-turned-director returns to the director’s chair for this final outing – and leaves a lasting impression.
This adaptation of an award-winning novel has some fun behind-the-scenes stories – including if they ever thought about using a real squirrel.
Get to know a little bit about a fantastic composer – and how he helped craft a magnificent movie.
‘THE BLAZING WORLD’ Review: A Fantastical, Feminine Neon-Drenched Journey Down A Rabbit Hole [Sundance 2021]
Carlson Young proves she’s a confident, perceptive storyteller with lots to share.
A candid conversation with author Larry Watson, whose American neo-Western drama novel was turned into a film, starring Kevin Costner and Diane Lane.