“It’s not so much an autobiographical film, but a reconstruction of youth’s end through the vivid dream world of cinema, using film as time capsule and moving self-portrait.”
Shane Carruth’s sci-fi reverie explores a world out of balance.
New documentary doesn’t get to the heart of the 60s icon; now screening at the Landmark’s Midtown Art Cinema through Friday.
The 2013 AFF proves a successful event with all the right elements coming together.
Kiarostami’s spare aesthetic and sense of displacement run throughout his most recent film, set in Tokyo.
An evening of film organized by the collective Iowa Film MaFiA falls short of the mark.
Now playing in theaters, this indie film realistically depicts the life of post-Katrina survivalists.
Adult Swim’s cartoon about an all-consuming prison uses dark humor to make a political point.
There’s much to learn about ourselves as Tommy Wiseau’s film entertains and mystifies us.
Opening in Atlanta this Friday, A Separation is an eye-opening portrait of modern life in the Middle East.
Felicia Feaster’s first look reveals the deep soul behind The Look, opening at Midtown Art Cinema this Friday.
Now in theaters, A Dangerous Method recovers the story of Sabina Spielrein.