A spoiler-free review of ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,’ highlighting the way the modern setting and current social climate once again influence Johnson’s approach to the whodunit narrative.
Hours before their line-up of screenings for Trans Awareness Week began, the filmmakers of ‘When Men Were Men’ chatted with me about how the film’s personal exploration of masculinity is impacting enthusiastic ‘baby queers’ and conservative Irishmen alike.
The major flaw of the series is that it’s hosted on Netflix and barely makes malicious comments about it despite being focused on the lives of people directly affected by the Capitalist mentality of the OTT corporation.
Coverage from the Austin Film Festival, highlighting some panels and films that emphasized the importance of diverse and inclusive storytelling.
In The Novelist’s Film, Hong explores the meaningful things people share and inspire by virtue of simply engaging with one another.
“The Haunting of Hill House” isn’t your typical horror story. Based on a novel by Shirley Jackson, Netflix’s masterpiece and limited horror series takes you on a emotional rollercoaster ride, by turning our perception of mental illness on its head. It’s an unforgettable story about a loveable family, who grapples with tragedy and love after living at the foreboding Hill House.
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.
‘City of God’ depicts the cylindrical cycle of violence that is forced upon the underprivileged.
Writer and producer of ‘Remember Me: The Mahalia Jackson Story’, Ericka Nicole Malone discusses her humble beginnings in the industry.
The film exhibits a respect for the craft and an empathy for human tribulations that have historically been ignored.