Riveting in its telling, CITIZEN K is a compelling portrait that raises more questions than it answers.
Posts published in “Festivals”
Eloquent and touching, HOPE FROZEN is a fascinating look at the process of grief in the modern era.
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.
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.
One of the wildest, most inventive calling card films of the past decade, WHY DON'T YOU JUST DIE! is a glorious splatterpunk odyssey into pure ridiculousness.
I got to talk with director Kirill Sokolov about innocence, the family unit, and his intense debut feature; the wild and irreverent WHY DON'T YOU JUST DIE!
David Marmor visited NIGHT VISIONS 2019 with his feature film debut, 1BR, and I got a chance to talk with him about the difficulties of first features, the mundane terror of apartment complexes, and why Los Angeles keeps attracting cults.
FINGERS is a baffling, unconventional experience. It's also the kind of film we’ll look back years from now to see where the artistic signatures of talented filmmakers first took root.