Sunday, September 24, 2023

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

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

34th Miami Film Festival premiered quality films seeking distribution

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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...

Underwhelming films but overwhelming schmoozing on Day 3 of MIFF

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Day 3 of the Miami International Film Festival started as a bit of a drag with a pair of films that underwhelmed. However, the night ended...

The best films of 2015 … so far — by Hans...

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We are a bit past the halfway point, and the lists of what are so far the best movies of 2015 are already popping up. Here's...

5 recommendations at Miami Film Fest + New indie rock –...

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It's been a while since I've been on Jolt Radio with a new episode of "The Independent Ethos Radio Hour." Reviewing movies for Miami...

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...

Yorgos Lanthimos, director of The Lobster, talks finding filmmaking freedom in...

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Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos, probably one of the most distinctive voices in that already distinctive cinema scene that Greece has produced in recent years, did something special...

Miami Filmmaker Carla Forte on shooting hundreds of dogs in action...

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This month, The Miami Beach Cinematheque will hold its seventh installment of its Knight Foundation sponsored discussion series called Speaking In Cinema. Usually, the bi-monthly...

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...