Written by Taylor Baker 82/100 Neon is seeking to follow up its Parasite success with Oscar 2021 hopeful Spencer. Which details a few days in the life of Princess Diana played by Kristen Stewart over a Christmas holiday. It’s Pablo … Continue reading.
Tag: Celine Sciamma
VIFF 2021 Review: Paris, 13th District (Les Olympiades, Paris 13e)
Written by Taylor Baker 86/100 Jacques Audiard’s Paris, 13th District is a metaphorical mic drop on the anthology romance films you might know from the last twenty or so years like New York, I Love You or Berlin, I Love … Continue reading.
Toronto International Film Festival 2021 Review: Petite Maman
Written by Taylor Baker 78/100 “Say goodbye.” Petite Maman will historically be known as the film that Celine Sciamma followed up her intimate, awarding winning and otherworldly Portrait of a Lady on Fire with. Perhaps unfairly, as her predecessor to … Continue reading.
Toronto International Film Festival 2021 Preview | With Thomas Stoneham-Judge of ForReel
https://youtu.be/FJbp6SoDy1M The 2021 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 9th to the 18th. To learn more about the festival and see this year's lineup of films and schedule, visit https://tiff.net/Want to know what we've seen, want … Continue reading.
Episode 107: Most Anticipated Films of 2021
“In contradiction and paradox, you can find truth.”Denis Villeneuve Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | LibSyn | Spotify | Stitcher | YouTube On Episode 107 of Drink in the Movies Michael and Taylor discuss their Most Anticipated … Continue reading.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire: A Collokino Conversation hosted by Jim Wilson
Portrait of a Lady on Fire Directed by Céline Sciamma, 2019 Jim Wilson: Michael, thanks for doing this with me again. How have you been doing? Michael Clawson: Thanks for having me back for another Collokino! I’m doing well, spending … Continue reading.
Sundance 2021 Review: The World to Come
Written by Maria Manuella Pache de Athayde 65/100 With Portrait of A Lady on Fire (2019) as the gold standard, everything that's come after it has seemed subpar. Fastvold’s second feature, The World to Come, isn’t bad; but it's hard … Continue reading.