The modest man finds awe before himself and humbly embellishes it.
“How limited one must be to make rules like that. And how educated we have been into the Hollywood understanding of what narrative is and how it should be delivered. My answer was, ‘Why not? Why can’t it be?'”
A new normal: a winning romantic comedy between a pair of New York City autistic adults.
Virzì cites the movies of Altman, Scorsese, Ritt and Ashby as primary touchstones, and the roadside encounters with other characters rise to approach those influences.
“The Big Lebowski” turned twenty today. Ray Pride talked to the bros Coen before the initial release.
Hope and passion, fear and dispassion, tragedy and compassion.
Haneke’s “Happy End’ whistles past all the graves.
In one week, Chicago’s Kartemquin Films, which has been producing a wide range of acclaimed documentary films for fifty-two years,
had a flood of good fortune.
The top picks for March.
A dazzling, drenching montage of worldwide sensation, with the sensory ambition of Chris Marker.