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The Reflektor Tapes Review
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3 1/2 Minutes Ten Bullets Review
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Just Jim Review
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A Girl At My Door Review
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FrightFest 2015: Nina Forever Review
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A band that has taken music to further places and remained innovative and interesting despite their mainstream success deserves a film that won’t be your average run of the mill rockumentary. The Reflektor Tapes, directed by Kahlil Joseph in his debut feature, manages- just about -to be like the band interesting and creative in it’s [...]
Marc Silver's (Who is Dayani Cristal?) 3 1/2 Minutes Ten Bullets is an outstanding, powerful and revelatory piece of documentary filmmaking.
It is easy to describe Craig Roberts' Just Jim as one of the best coming of age films of the year.
Doona Bae (Sense8, Cloud Atlas and The Host) probably the most famous Korean actress right now, is the star attraction of this quietly engaging melodrama from up and coming director-writer July Jung. Her teenage co-star Sae-ron Kim, however, is clearly a star in the making (with a career as a child actress behind her) and [...]
The Blaine Brothers' Nina Forever is really unlike any other film - it carefully blends a number of genres together in a masterful and precise way.
‘Narrative art, as you well know, is dead. We’re mourning it.’ The exact circumstances of the death of outspoken, fiercely talented director, actor and poet Pier Paolo Pasolini remain unconfirmed, and no amount of artistic speculative inquiry can change that. Abel Ferrara – something of an heir to Pasolini in terms of the magnitude of [...]