In this era of on-demand content, where everything and anything (almost) can be found, played, and binged, it’s refreshing to know that some shows are tackling neurosis and social anxiety well.
It was only a matter of time before a filmmaker turned the gig-economy into a vehicle (no pun intended) for a nightmare. A while back, I reviewed a small movie called Fare, which was conceived, shot, and completed over the course of a few days. While the wear and tear between the seams of the […]
Almost everyone is at fault for Trump’s election victory in Michael Moore’s sequel-ish documentary Fahrenheit 11/9.
Every week, our Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center puts on film and arts programming that rivals the showtimes at the suburban multiplexes.
Shoplifters is a movie about how the very elements of nature can flip like a light switch for and against us. We have to hold on to each other.
The Organizer chronicles Wade Rathke’s efforts in bringing people together for the great activist fight against an uncaring authority.
Hale County has determination in spite of sensory trauma. It never rests, nor should it.
Unapologetically Progressive Hollywood award ceremonies have always featured some semblance of politics. Whether it’s a winner wanting to take a moment to spotlight an issue, a movie riding a big wave off of current events, or a planned streaker streaking across the stage, these shows can often go beyond self-pats on the back. Michael Moore […]
If Beale Street Could Talk is a film of realism certainly, romantics completely, and love eternally.
The great Sandi Tan, whose exploits in punk zine and filmmaking as a young woman are covered in her found footage collage/documentary investigation/exorcism Shirkers (now streaming on Netflix), assisted me in finding the contact information for one of her interview subjects, local film worker and director of locally shot 80s slasher The Last Slumber Party, […]
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