Written by Taylor Baker "“McEnroe” is largely what its title suggests, a look at the performance, antics, and legend of John McEnroe in his own words. With some brief asides by his children, brother, wife, Billie Jean King, and a … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "Catholic guilt is one hell of a drug, no more so than in Silvia Brunelli’s feature debut, “Blessed Boys...”"… Continue reading.
Written by Maria Athayde "This slice-of-life family drama navigates the complexities of family life in a country that, more often than not, is plagued by social and political uncertainty. With subtlety, the director can weave a narrative that is in … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "Movies are hard to make with the high barrier of entry often being the biggest hurdle to making a career of it. That is why it is always heartening to see a film festival like Tribeca … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "“God’s Time” feels as if the city of New York was perfectly distilled down into 83 minutes: frantic, colorful, vulgar, and ultimately full of heart. Daniel Antebi’s debut feature will undoubtedly draw comparisons to the Safdie … Continue reading.
Written by Maria Athayde "...“Two Sisters and a Husband,” who also co-wrote with Shilpa Srivastava, is a melodrama that explores an ethically non-monogamous relationship about a throuple on the run. It tells the story of Rajat (Dinker Sharma), a hotel … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "Baumane’s creative decision to do the film in an animated style worked in its favor throughout, using animation to evoke and demonstrate feelings that we as humans can comprehend, though they’re hard to describe. Baumane beautifully … Continue reading.
Written by Raúl Mendoza ""Fifth of June” has an interesting approach that blends the lines of documentary and narrative. In Humberto Flores’ film, we follow a group of young protesters who are kidnapped by off-duty police officers disguised as civilians. … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "Silverman relies on a standard documentary trope, the talking head. While he did get some very notable people, Elton John, Nick Cave, U2, and Ringo Starr, just to name a few, these people are all legends … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "From the first drumbeat of the score in Aisling Conroy’s animated short “Bardo,” I knew there was something special about this film, the way the characters speak to each other, instead of ulterior motives, it's out … Continue reading.