Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Black Lounge Films hosts special screening ofWoodpeckers with lead actress presenting

The ongoing Black Lounge Films series in Miami will present a one-night-only screening of Woodpeckers next week featuring a special guest from the movie....

Local artists/filmmakers present free series featuring ‘The New Black Cinema’

It'll be a rainy Memorial Day Weekend in South Florida. What better excuse to head to the movies? Even better? They're free -- not...

Cold Water reveals early, dark vision of Assayas

A long time before French filmmaker Olivier Assayas gave us Something in the Air (Something in the Air presents vibrant picture of youth in...

Solo: A Star Wars Story gives the franchise some overdue grit

It took Ron Howard to direct the Star Wars movie I had hoped Rian Johnson would have delivered after Looper (Film Review: Looper smartens up...

The Rider captures drama through empathetic neo-realism and stirring imagery

After lucidly presenting a family drama on an Indian reservation in her debut feature, Songs My Brother Taught Me (Songs My Brothers Taught Me...

Let the Sunshine In illustrates the importance of self-love in loving...

"Desire is a relation to being to lack. The lack is the lack of being properly speaking. It is not the lack of this...

Godard Mon Amour depicts France’s most serious director with biting humor

According to New York Times film critic A.O. Scott, fans of Jean-Luc Godard will hate-watch the new movie Godard Mon Amour by French director...

Godard Mon Amour director Michel Hazanavicius on hate for his...

If you check out Rotten Tomatoes, it seems critics are firmly divided on the new movie by French director Michel Hazanavicius, Godard Mon Amour,...

Miami Beach Cinematheque unveils its Interactive Archive Project this week

Around the silver screen of the Miami Beach Cinematheque, which presents such daring films such as Zama (read our review here), is an extensive library...

You Were Never Really Here presents dark, taut thriller that never...

You Were Never Really Here could be one of the most intense action movies by an art house director since Nicolas Winding Refn gave...