Amy Anna examines the portrayal of female characters in one of the best horror films ever made, Bride of Frankenstein
Dirty Weekend has a tricky script that sneaks up on you.
Chloe and Theo is a beautiful, quirky, and emotionally powerful film.
Exploring how two different films -- Truly Madly Deeply and My Left Eye Sees Ghosts -- tackle the difficulty of grieving with humor.
6 Years, Hannah Fidell’s intense examination of young lovers’ uncoupling, chronicles what happens when first love smacks up against looming adulthood.
Ricki and the Flash is a funny, feel-good musical dramedy with yet another great performance from Meryl Streep.
Best of Enemies is an incisive examination of the U.S. political macrocosm through the microcosm of the Buckley/Vidal debates.
Jason Banker and Amy Everson, the director/writer and writer of Felt, spoke about improvising a collaborative story based on intensely personal traumatic events, calling out society on pervasive misogyny and sexual violence, the power of putting on a costume, and the dark opposite of the
Felt is a remarkable film about the toxic attitudes and actions women face in a culture which diminishes and objectifies the things they do.
A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, Roy Andersson’s bleak, black comedy about the pointlessness of human existence, is extremely hilarious.
Nacer Khemir’s Desert Trilogy is full of kind of beauty that hurts, leaving echoes of barely understood pictures that linger long after the credits roll.
Nacer Khemir’s Looking for Muhyiddin is the chronicle of one man’s personal search for the meaning of life, and the meaning of his own life.