Ambitious and arresting, 1917 is a touching remembrance of a war often ignored by history.
Posts published in January 2020
A startling and beautiful masterwork about our connection with the world. CARNIVAL PILGRIMS is essential viewing for everyone, everywhere.
Insightful and aggravating, COUNTERS is essential viewing to understand how limited the fascist playbook is, and how close to home all of this really hits.
While not as aggressively terrible as its predecessors, BAD BOYS FOR LIFE is still a dispiriting vanity project for an actor who really doesn't need one.
The selection for DocPoint this year is nothing short of staggering. In the first piece on the festival, here are 25 docs you should absolutely make room to see.
Funny, heartbreaking, and brilliant. Taika Waititi's latest film is as important now as THE GREAT DICTATOR was half a century ago.