Written by Taylor Baker "Wim Wenders’s “Anselm” opens with landscape shots of statuesque dresses adorning the countryside with atomic structures, trees, and inanimate objects nestled into their neckline as symbolic..."… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker "“A Cooler Climate” glides across moments of Ivory's life from Klamath Falls Oregon to different regions in Asia and the Middle East and back. The film has a general sense of serenity that emerges from the … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson "“Bitten” opens with a dizzying flurry of eerie sights. Shards of gauzy images - a swinging crystal pendulum, a burning chapel in the woods, a young girl crying out in agony..."… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "Indigenous politics and activism have long been sidelined despite the extensive history of colonialism and Native peoples being intertwined with the rise of America. With the increase of awareness of social issues being more prominent with … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "“Ever Deadly'' opens with a 7-minute throat singing sequence. It’s simultaneously intense and empyreal, there is an otherworldly aspect to the singing. I’d go even further and say the film encapsulates its 90-minute runtime in those … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "Throughout the documentary, “Good Night Oppy,” the talking heads talk about how difficult it is to not humanize the Mars rovers, Spirit, and Opportunity. They describe the twins as having distinct personalities. They created big round … 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.
Interview with Andrew Bujalski, Director of There There by Taylor Baker Shot and Edited by Thomas Stoneham-Judge of ForReel… Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "Generational trauma rears its head again in this new Canadian film about a high schooler dealing with the expectations of his parents and his emerging sexual identity in “Golden Delicious.” Snark aside, “Golden Delicious” is not … 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.