Featured as part of the Greater Filmadelphia programming block, Flesh and Blood is Mark Webber’s semi-autobiographical tale of addiction and redemption.
Bloody Milk is a sort of genre-less affair which could best be described as “occupational drama
dressed up like a thriller.”
The term ‘found footage’ is typically reserved for horror, where it describes a specific filmmaking style. With Jane, the stunning documentary about conservationist, Jane Goodall, the term is a literal…
I, Tonya wants to be about love.
Dan Scully considers I, Tonya; Thoroughbreds, and The Villianness.
What is most impressive about Breathe is its unimpressiveness. And that is a sincere compliment.
From October 19 to 29, the Philadelphia Film Society hosts the 26th annual Philadelphia Film Festival.
The fourth season of Film School Shorts features Rita Mahtoubian is not a Terrorist, co-produced by Philly-raised director Julia Lerman.
Sincere, amusing, and an absolute treat (and inside joke) for artmakers
For many Arendt is remembered by a single phrase — “the banality of evil”, a concept she coined in her controversial book from the 1960s Eichmann in Jerusalem.
The Democratic National Convention comes to Philadelphia July 25-28, 2016, with all its trappings of political theater: Hillary inspiring the masses (?), Bernie joining her in a heart-warming display of…
Somewhat perplexingly, neither Film nor Notfilm are films nearly to the extent that each is a picture of a feeling.
An absence of opportunity is a window for growth: Interview with filmmakers Eli and Lu Bevins
The Taliban Shuffle, WHISKEY TANGO FOXTROT, and other wartime dance crazes: Interview with writer Kim Barker
The NYTimes reporter behind Tina Fey’s new movie talks to Phindie about her work.
In honor of this year’s #BoycottTheOscars movement, here is a list of African Americans who did an outstanding job in various film categories throughout the years.
Interview with Christopher Colucci about the making of a holiday
Interview with a Drexel professor taking 10 students to study with Cuban filmmakers.
A 13-Year-Old, Kickstarter, and a Feature Film: Emily DiPrimio’s CARVER at Ritz Theatre in Oaklyn, NJ
Many adolescents have ideas for a horror movie, some might go as far a having their friends dress up for a home video. Emily DiPrimio raised $32,000 on Kickstarter and made a feature film.