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The Assassin tells moving story of humanity beyond martial arts — a film review

Eight years after his first film outside of either Taiwan or China (the Paris-set The Flight of the Red Balloon), Hou Hsiao-hsien could not have...

Hou Hsiao-hsien on his intuitive filmmaking and The Assassin; more in Miami New Times

Anyone familiar with the films of acclaimed Taiwanese filmmaker Hou Hsiao-hsien may be surprised that his new film is a martial arts movie. However, the...

Mini-Miami Film Festival ‘Gems’ to bring Florida premiere of The Assassin and other real...

Before we get to the titles, let's get some confusion out of the way:  Last year, Miami-Dade College's Miami International Film Festival, gave South...

Announcement: IndieEthos on sabbatical for 2020

This site is now on hiatus. This writer is taking a sabbatical from writing about film, music...

eXistenZ, the stronger testament to ‘The Matrix’ of escapism from 1999

Before its 20-year anniversary passes, I’d like to write something about one of 1999’s more overlooked movies. This film I want to dwell on...

Great movies of the 2010s

This year film critics everywhere are being asked for something that happens at the end of the...

Oscar Nominated I Am Not Your Negro is a steadfast look at importance of...

  The idea of historic recurrence is one that has animated several thinkers to stress the importance of how a particular moment in time may...

Jackie uses strong performance, meticulous staging to transmit urge for life beyond death– a...

I never knew Chilean director Pablo Larraín had a film like Jackie in him. Not because it’s his first film in English but because...

Is Miami’s film scene big enough for counter-programming against Miami Film Festival?

You know Miami’s film scene is thriving when counter-programming rears its glorious head. After all, what would Slamdance be without Sundance? On the advent...

Embrace of the Serpent director talks about casting Amazonian non-actors, cinematic mysticism and the...

Last week, Embrace of the Serpent, a movie that will certainly go down as one of the best films that saw release in the United...