Spirited inverts the tropes of the holiday musical genre to update an age-old tale for 2022. It’s a paean to those who make grand spectacles possible.
A film for the post-MeToo era that inverts the narrative with an ironic coda, Tár depicts the duality of a sensitive artist capable of great evil and vile manipulation.
We chat with Penelope Lawson about her short film, The Dinner Party, her experience founding her own production company, and fun cinema.
In The Novelist’s Film, Hong explores the meaningful things people share and inspire by virtue of simply engaging with one another.
An anti-war film denouncing the valorization of senseless violence, ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ is (unfortunately) all too relevant in 2022.
We sat down with Writer/Director Albert Acosta to discuss his debut short film, (ha-ha), Acosta’s foray into narrative cinema, and how his personal experiences have shaped his filmmaking philosophy.
The film exhibits a respect for the craft and an empathy for human tribulations that have historically been ignored.
‘Blonde’ commits a relentless assault on the autonomy of Marilyn Monroe, reducing the icon to nothing more than a victim of the director’s whims.
While prioritizing production value over substance, Flood depicts an emotionally taut family drama set during the farmland flooding of the Franco-Dutch war.
‘Do Revenge’ offers a 2022-relevant sociopolitical commentary that decries virtue signaling while promoting the inclusive virtues the nefarious power structures exploit.