Written by Patrick Hao 65/100 There is something to be said whenever a short film leaves you wishing it was a longer feature. Long Line of Ladies does exactly that. Co-directed by Shaadiine Tome and Rayka Zehtabchi, this 22-minute documentary … Continue reading.
Dania Bdeir’s Warsha is able to say a lot in its limited run time, although context is needed to make a full meal out of this short film. The film follows a Syrian migrant in Lebanon tasked with operating a … Continue reading.
Dickie plays a 999 fire department phone line operator who takes a call from a woman trapped in a burning house with her son… Continue reading.
Alexander Reams’ Favorite Films of 2021: A Video Countdown… Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks 80/100 Filmed in her hometown of Dartford, Wasp is the third short film by Andrea Arnold and her final short before her first feature-length film, Red Road. In Wasp, Arnold captures an early performance from Natalie … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks 65/100 Dog is the second short film in the unique career of Andrea Arnold. With this film, Arnold uses a day in the life of a teen girl in England to take a look at the … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks 80/100 Milk is an early short film from Andrea Arnold, that features a scarce performance from Lynda Steadman. It follows Steadman as Hetty, a woman expecting to give birth to her first child. Milk shows us … Continue reading.
Written by Raúl Mendoza 97/100 Throughout my long debate with myself on what exactly I want my first review for the site to be, I kept asking myself what speaks more to me as a person but the various identities … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 95/100 An Upstate Escape The First Crack in the Glass Are You Real? The Remembering We all dream of that perfect relationship, looking across somewhere and seeing that one person that changes their life, and not … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 68/100 “I don’t give a shit if you’re sorry.” As a society we treat the people we find entertaining with such disrespect. Especially in this modern age when every “troll” can hide behind the clicks … Continue reading.