HARMONIUM-POST-TWO

Harmonium Review

Koji Fukada’s Harmonium begins like a still, mirror-like pond. It’s quiet, beautiful and reveals little. This is the core of the film, a human drama that softly exposes the dynamics of its characters and relati... Read More...
I Am Not Your Negro

‘I Am Not Your Negro’ Review

It is arguable that a documentary film should ask questions and apply answers. Most of the time, it is enough merely to ask questions. Some of the most powerful examples of the form provide solely the latter. F... Read More...