It’s a film festival with a mission. It’s a collective of our local best & brightest in cinema. It’s an effort to instigate change and enlighten minds.
Rarely has a filmmaker’s follow-up been as anticipated and held to such potentially high standards. Does “Up” rise to the challenge?
Climax is alive with expression, and ranges from subtle to not so subtle gravitas.
A good friend of mine likes to point out every now and then that a good superhero movie is defined best on the strength of the villain – how villainous, how bold the deeds, how affecting they are on the hero. In another way, for Marvel Studios flicks, the same could be said for the […]
Admittedly, I’ve always had misconceptions about the punk community. The piercings, the music, the volume, etc.
It was a great night for New Orleans and Hollywood South at the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday.
If the recent Roma evokes memory by way of camera movement and motion – giving one the sense of and time to meditate on new and old perspectives of a past life – then 1999 does so in a viscerally visual manner, with light, textures, environments, and super-impositions. The whole of this production – a […]
Donnybrook may not be subtle always, but it is American through and through, for better and worse.
The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part keeps the pace going by following the same beat and pulling on similar heartstrings.
Showcasing an eclectic presentation of locally made movies, DTC looks to bring what the Southshore is all too familiar with to an area crying out for more.
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