Tuesday, September 27, 2022

The 33rd Miami International Film Festival – so far

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Sometimes cinema submits us into consent with images that tell us how to be, act or feel. The power of the Seventh Art can be...

Final weekend at MIFF: Trueba tribute, awards and aquatic-themed films

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The last weekend of the Miami International Film Festival ended on a much stronger note than it began. I caught up with a strange,...

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

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

Miami Film Festival’s GEMS announces this year’s titles

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October in our area of South Florida marks the beginning of the roll out of some of the most anticipated independent and international films...

The Workshop captures complexity of ideological tension in France despite cheap...

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French director Laurent Cantet hit a career high point with his Palme d’Or winning film The Class. His social consciousness never felt more earthy and entertaining while...

'Heli' director Amat Escalante talks about making waves in indie film...

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In an exclusive interview with Independent Ethos, Amat Escalante, best known for receiving the 2013 Best Director Award at the Cannes Film Festival for...

Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ presents complex, enthralling portrait of...

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Only Lovers Left Alive, the long-awaited vampire drama by Jim Jarmusch, has to be one of the better date movies I've seen in a...

Whit Stillman and I reconsider my negative review of ‘Damsels In...

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In the second part of my conversation with filmmaker Whit Stillman (this is continued from: A cup of coffee in which director Whit Stillman and I...

Vandal filmmaker talks shooting in Wynwood, progress of film with del...

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Over the years, Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood has undergone a transformation from a mundane warehouse district in a sketchy neighborhood to a party hub featuring...

Film Review: 'The Hunt' examines influence of the crime on judgement

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As one can expect from the director who made a name for himself with the Celebration, Thomas Vinterberg’s the Hunt (Jagten) feels like a brutal roller coaster...