Friday, October 30, 2020

Borscht is Dead: the short films, part 2

A few days ago, we revealed five of the ten shorts that will be featured at Borscht is Dead: Curated by Indie Ethos & Collab...

Loneliness, Anger and Loss in Max Rose — a film review

Memory is a funny thing, it ebbs and flows with one’s mood and circumstances and so does perspective. In Max Rose, we meet a...

Miami Film Festival movies for lovers of experimental film: Cocote and...

For the more adventurous cinephile, the 35th edition of Miami Dade College’s Miami Film Festival has a few selections worth seeking out. They may...

IndieEthos Insiders Tour 5: I, Daniel Blake breaks hearts with humanistic...

Politics and cinema has never mattered more to the British social-realist director Ken Loach. It was the election of a conservative government that brought him...

O Cinema opens 3rd theater in Miami with 'Birdman'

Miami's O Cinema is once again expanding. After setting up a movie house in the artsy district of Wynwood in February of 2011, O...

Overturning Patriarchy in the Post-apocalyptic World: Mad Max: Fury Road –...

Mad Max: Fury Road is a thrilling ride set in a post-apocalyptic world where the main ruler has centralized all resources. The new world...

The Third Murder uses stories to subvert what may be true

With The Third Murder, Japanese writer-director Hirokazu Kore-eda turns from his usual examination of family dynamics to something more nebulous. As much as the...

A chat with actress Margot Robbie on Scorsese, DiCaprio and ‘the...

Everyone who follows this blog (and we know we don't thank you enough for it, as we close in on 3,000 subscribers for the...

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...

The Vessel is a strong debut for Malick acolyte — a...

If it’s hard for Terrence Malick to weave together an affecting story from shreds of beautifully photographed pastiche and disembodied voice over, then imagine...