Friday, November 15, 2019

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...

Florida Film Critics Circle reveal best of 2017… and my ballot

Today the Florida Film Critics Circle announced the winners of the best films and performances on film in 2017. How does this writer feel...

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...

Florida Film Critics Circle announces nominations for Best of 2017

Today, the Florida Film Critics Circle announced who they will be voting for in the best of cinema for 2017. These are the choices...

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....

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...

Phantom Thread comes close to dominating International Cinephile Society best of...

This critic ends his duties in the 2017 cinematic awards season with a second year participating in the 15th International Cinephile Society poll (getting me...

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...

Director/producer Andrew Hevia on Leave The Bus Through The Broken Window

Used with permission by Andrew Hevia/Leave the Bus, LLC You’d be forgiven if you sense director Andrew Hevia...