The newest film from Portuguese director Tiago Guedes, A Herdade is a sprawling family saga. Gorgeously shot, firmly rooted in Portuguese culture but is overly long.
Directed by Federico Veiroj, The Moneychanger (Así habló el cambista) paints the portrait of a man who is simply up to no good.
Director Alejandro Amenábar’s While at War/Mientras dure la guerra about writer Miguel de Unamuno’s last stand during the Spanish Civil War offers a grand production and fine performances but lacks in emotion.
Armstrong is an intimate portrait of an extraordinary individual and required viewing for anyone who appreciated Damien Chazelle’s biopic First Man but craved more.
Costume Supervisor for The Vast of Night, Jamie Reed, stops by to answer my questions about curating the wardrobe for the film.
Academy Award nominated short doc offers a glimpse into a mostly forgotten moment in US history.
Comprised of archival footage, Memphis ’69 takes viewers on a time travel trip back to the Memphis Birthday Blues Festival. #Slamdance25
A new indie film that will appeal to fans of The Invasion of the Body Snatchers and The Twilight Zone.
Freddie Mercury’s story needed to be told.
First Man is a technical marvel in filmmaking that puts the audience in the spacecraft and on the moon for a thrilling experience.
A new documentary explores the pivotal years of 1955-1958 in the history of Ferrari when the sport offered prestige and great risk.
A new feature film explores the life of celebrated jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt during WWII.