Written by Patrick Hao In this holistic look at the Oscar Nominated Live-Action Short Films of 2022 Patrick Hao provides a glimpse of distinctive qualities each title has and notable similarities and differences they share.… Continue reading.
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Feature: Oscars 2022 | Academy Award Nominated Animated Short Films Reviewed
Written by Patrick Hao In this holistic look at the Oscar Nominated Animated Short Films of 2022 Patrick Hao provides a glimpse of distinctive qualities each title has and notable similarities and differences they share.… Continue reading.
Slamdance 2022 Capsule Review: (Cathedral)
Written by Alexander Reams A cathedral in the traditional sense is a holy ground, a place of worship, made iconic by the gorgeous buildings erected by the Catholic church, whatever your personal thoughts are on this group, there is universal … Continue reading.
Slamdance 2022 Capsule Review: Dad Tax
Written by Alexander Reams I don’t mind surreal, in fact, I love it. The works of David Lynch, Richard Kelly, Alejandro Jodorowsky, and Charlie Kaufman have helped me become the modern cinephile I am today, and they all walk the … Continue reading.
Sundance 2022 Capsule Review: Long Line of Ladies
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.
Sundance 2022 Capsule Review: Warsha
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.
Capsule Review: Operator
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
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.