Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Dunkirk deserves all the technical prizes at next year’s Oscars but...

Here it is, July, and the movie to beat in next year’s Oscar race for all the technical awards will be Dunkirk. After his...

Oscar preview: Borscht, Moonlight and ‘the power of Miami’s filmmaking community’

The 10th edition of the Borscht Film Festival winds down this Sunday with great anticipation (read a report I wrote on Animal Collective’s appearance...

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....

Oscar Nominated I Am Not Your Negro is a steadfast look...

  The idea of historic recurrence is one that has animated several thinkers to stress the importance of how a particular moment in time may...

Oscar-nominated A War presents subtle anti-war message — a film review

The Oscar-nominated film from Danish writer-director Tobias Lindhol, A War (Krigen) probably stands as the most subdued entry into the mix of foreign language films...

Son of Saul, a grim out-of-body experience at Auschwitz — a...

Son of Saul, the feature debut by Hungarian director László Nemes has an audacious premise: placing the viewer in the shoes of a member...

Filmmakers Charlie Kaufman, Duke Johnson on meanings of Anomalisa and awards...

On an uncharacteristically wet and chilly Tuesday morning in Downtown Miami, filmmakers Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson sit at a round table easily large...