Friday, November 15, 2019

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...

Call Me By Your Name celebrates multi-dimensional quality of loving at...

For all its patient development, one of the year's most entertaining and transporting films has to be Call Me By Your Name. Though it's about...

My Friend Dahmer vividly explores the anti-social life of a would-be...

Though My Friend Dahmer is about infamous serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, its focus is not on the murders, rapes, necrophilia and cannibalism he committed...

Miami Film Festival GEMS 2017 premieres 5 films coming soon

This year’s Miami Film Festival GEMS felt like a low-key affair compared to previous versions. It began with one of the festival’s best movies,...

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...

34th Miami Film Festival premiered quality films seeking distribution

It’s a bit of a challenge to cover a film festival when you come down with bronchitis while also moving from one location in...

In Tesoros adventures create the basis for community — A Miami...

Tesoros, the wonderful new film by Director María Novaro, of Danzón fame, already stands as one of the best films this writer has seen this...

The Salesman tests morals limits of a good husband — a...

It’s easy to consider hypothetical reactions when one is confronted with moral quandaries in the movies -- especially in Hollywood movies. Good and evil...

IndieEthos Insiders Tour 3: Toni Erdmann uses humor as lifeblood —...

Below the surface of its brilliantly timed screwball humor, the German Oscar contender Toni Erdmann holds a tender story of staying true to family....

Neruda blends fact and fiction for refreshing test of the biopic...

Last year, Chilean director Pablo Larraín made his English language debut with an unorthodox biopic on Jacqueline Kennedy (Jackie uses strong performance, meticulous staging...