Andor is an origin story where each side will do whatever it takes.
The director’s latest is a dreamlike exploration of a consciousness torn between two homelands, and the implications of history and memory suspended in limbo.
The cultural insensitivity of ‘Slumberland’ is discreet, and can be easily overlooked in CGI extravaganza.
Although Christmas is a time of year for love and cheer for all, holiday cinema has not always represented diverse communities. Being a holiday with Christian origins, much of its media consists of straight white families or straight white romances. Luckily, modern years have been bringing with them plenty of POC and LGBTQ+ representation that the holidays so desperately need.
For a young girl who wishes to keep her current traditions, this holiday will end up with a surprise twist.
Through its morbidly humorous storytelling, Wednesday tells a tale of a world divided that explores the manifestation of generational trauma in its protagonist Wednesday Addams.
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.
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.
Initially feeling like a passionate group having a bit of harmless fun with filmmaking, it leads to something sinister enough to leave a mark.
The makings of a great midseason filler episode that would connect in many different directions. This is a police drama filler with a guest director.