"Taylor Baker was invited to speak with fellow Seattle Film Critics Society member Aaron White from Feelin’ Film on Aaron’s Podcast. They discuss the Sundance 2023 feature films "Heroic," "You Hurt My Feelings," and "Fair Play.""… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "Bowon Kim’s first feature, “Stars in the Ordinary Universe,” has all the potential the multiverse can offer, but despite its best efforts (and believe me, Kim tries very hard to find that spark), it makes even … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker "Three children navigate their neighborhood, school, family, and lives in “L’immensità,” while their mother Clara (Penelope Cruz) traverses a marriage that is seemingly at the end of its rope. The film is generally more interested in..."… Continue reading.
1. 'Infinity Pool' (dir. Brandon Cronenberg) 2. 'Cat Person' (dir. Susanna Fogel) 3. 'You Hurt My Feelings' (dir. Nicole Holofcener) 4. 'Theater Camp' (dir. Molly Gordon & Nick Lieberman) 5. 'Eileen' (dir. William Oldroyd) 6. 'Fair Play' (dir. Chloe Domont) … Continue reading.
"Taylor Baker was invited to speak with fellow Seattle Film Critics Society members Thomas Stoneham-Judge from ForReel and Aaron White from Feelin' Film on Aaron's Podcast. They outline 5 of their most anticipated titles..."… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker "Newcomers Pablo Schils and Joely Mbundu play “Tori and Lokita,” two immigrants to Belgium eking out an existence between the lines of laws and institutions while Lokita works her way through the purgatory that is immigration … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "A story within a story can be great when done right, the gold standard is “Adaptation.” However, it can also be a pitfall for less experienced writers and directors. Director João Mário Grilo is no freshman, … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "In the more than a hundred years of cinema, several shorthands have become commonplace to depict hearing loss. The young Argentinian filmmaker, Charo Mato, uses her film to explore several aspects of her progressive hearing loss … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson "In “Stars at Noon,” the more ambitious and divisive of Claire Denis’ two movies this year, Margaret Qualley gives a livewire performance as Trish, a booze-addled American journalist desperately looking for a way out of..."… Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson "“Decision to Leave” can be hard to keep up with, but its zig-zagging plot is one that’s deliriously satisfying to get lost in. That’s because every hairpin turn in this intricately assembled procedural leads immediately into … Continue reading.