Saturday, December 7, 2019

Güeros: Coming of age in an ode to Mexico City —...

Balancing humor and poetically stunning black and white cinematography, Güeros tells the story of two brothers: Sombra (Tenoch Huerta) and young Tomás (Sebastián Aguirre). After...

Film Review [in 'Miami New Times']: 'Cubamerican' documentary walks a nice...

My latest film review was taken by the "Miami New Times" art and culture blog "Cultist." It's fitting, considering its subject: a group of people key...

Giveaway: Two tickets to see 40th Anniversary 2K projection of Altman's...

We have a giveaway! First off, many thanks to followers outside of South Florida where we are based. We know you are a dedicated bunch,...

Director of Beach Boys pic Love & Mercy talks about externalizing...

The story of The Beach Boys is so much more fascinating than most assume. The band behind such early 1960s hits as "Surfin' Safari"...

‘The Trip to Italy’ makes no apologies for being a sequel...

Following their 2011 film The Trip, Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon and Michael Winterbottom reunite again for The Trip to Italy, which follows the same format as...

Under the Shadow builds tension with patience to chilling results —...

  It's been a long time since a jump scare has genuinely grabbed me and left me unnerved in the pit of my guts the...

Film Review: ‘Nymph()maniac Volume I’ is hard to assess without Volume...

It was Carl Jung who theorized all genders have an opposite within. Men have a female side and women have a male side. He said...

‘Granito – How To Nail a Dictator’ explores routine complexity of...

It takes a true independent filmmaker to make a movie that dares to implicate the CIA in its role of facilitating the genocide of...

Come What May offers a striking reminder of the perils of...

Wars are shocking and impactful phenomena that have devastating consequences for the human experience. As Betrand Russel once said, “War does not determine who...

Filmmaker David Trueba talks Lennon and subverting biopics for the sake...

At the end of June Spanish filmmaker David Trueba was in Miami to present his new film Living Is Easy With Eyes Closed at...