Easily one of my favorites of the fest so far, Thelma is one of those rare movies that is so rich, so stylish, and so thematically dense that it merits…
Among genre fans, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead have become synonymous with a “microbudget sci-fi drama.” Each of their films uses a Twilight Zone-esque concept to put characters through the subversions of typical…
Spoor has all the makings of a great movie, but fails to pull them together in a satisfying way.
Although it’s not a terrible film, this is the first of the fest that I’d call a disappointment. Maybe I was tired, maybe I internally overhyped it … but maybe…
We’re not reinventing the wheel here, but it’s a well-made wheel, and it rolls forward just fine.
It’s pure delight for a film nerd to bask in Haynes’ seamless blend of homage,
Asensio writes, directs, and stars in this slow-burn thriller which took home top honors at this year’s SXSW festival.
Films like this are why I go to festivals. There is truly nothing else quite like it.
A great idea for an experiment, but I’m not convinced that the reality plays out as well as the concept.
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.
Philadelphia Orchestra principal bassoonist Daniel Matsukawa was featured in a chamber music program presented by the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society and the Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia
Featured as part of the Greater Filmadelphia programming block, Flesh and Blood is Mark Webber’s semi-autobiographical tale of addiction and redemption.
A cast of incredible movers highlights the long-term success of the company and range of the work they present.
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.