Interview with PFS programming director Travis Trew about Bong Joon-Ho’s films before PARASITE
An upcoming production at Allens Lane Theater returns the play to the stage, giving audiences a new opportunity to revisit the still-contemporary comedy.
Maybe one day I’ll be able to scrape its rancid essence from my memory entirely.
THE NUTCRACKER (Royal Opera House Live Cinema): Jump-start your holiday with a screening of the seasonal ballet classic
The Royal Ballet screens a wonderful kickoff to the holiday season.
Spice up your weekend with a funny, sexy, and painful web series from local filmmaker Irina Varina
OH MERCY! (orig. “Roubaix, une lumière”) (dir. ARNAUD DESPLECHIN): 2019 Philadelphia Film Festival Review
Suspense is just a side effect to this crime-ridden film that’s not a crime film
THE (TORTURE) REPORT is captivating start to finish — the audience is expected to keep up with all the timeline and key elements changing the course of the investigation, and…
BY THE GRACE OF GOD (orig. “Grâce à Dieu”) (dir. François Ozon) 2019 Philadelphia Film Festival review
Prepare to be outraged, triggered, maybe cringe a bit, cry a bit, smile a bit, or get up and cheer for justice. At the very least, you’ll grow more empathy…
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
BLOW THE MAN DOWN (dir. Bridget Savage Cole + Danielle Krudy): 2019 Philadelphia Film Festival review
An exciting film from a duo of filmmakers who I will surely be watching out for.
You’ve never seen a movie like HARRIET
Even those not on board with the film’s themes will be won over by the sensory experience
A stunningly realized world with an ensemble of legends doing what they do best
If Bacurau is what an international genre film looks like, color me excited, because it’s a great look.
There is nobody making films like Quentin Dupieux. The gleefully immature DEERSKIN might be his most mature work yet
Appropriately enough, THE LODGE leaves us cold.