Films like this are why I go to festivals. There is truly nothing else quite like it.
Wonderstruck strikes no wonder at all.
What can I say? Gerwig knocks it out of the park.
There’s something to be said about a mystery that simply crumbles once its secrets are revealed
The Florida Project is easily Philadelphia Film Festival’s most buzzed about exhibition.
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.