Samuel Maoz’s Foxtrot toys with our emotions, but that doesn’t mean it lacks any
At the inaugural San Francisco Dinner with Dames, Cinefemme gathered a group of women
In this second part of Going Off, 'Prestige & Profits', we detail how financing
Arlin Golden does a roundup for his second week at San Francisco International Film Festival, including Bo Burnham's Eighth Grade, Boots Riley's Sorry to Bother You, lesser-known documentaries, and more.
Les Gardiennes is another gracefully-directed film by Beauvois, and it gifts the audience with another perfect arrangement from Legrand, three gripping performances from Smet, Bay, and Bry, and plenty of eye-catching imagery to make up for its lagging pace.
At the inaugural San Francisco Dinner with Dames, Cinefemme gathered a group of women filmmakers to dine with Oscar-winning producer, lawyer, and entrepreneur Blye Faust.
Samuel Maoz’s Foxtrot toys with our emotions, but that doesn’t mean it lacks any of its own. This is an energetic and structurally audacious jukebox of sensations, prioritising impulse over precision and thought over action.
Casting, director Nicholas Wackerbarth's meta tribute to Fassbinder's 70's masterpiece The Bitter Tears of Petra Van Kant, is a fantastically cringeworthy comedy in the same vein as Toni Erdmann.
With energetic sports play, a respect for its story and characters, and a slightly heavier final takeaway, The Miracle Season rises above the pitfalls that many feel-good biopics often fall into.
As I flip through my senior year high school yearbook, I see the familiar faces of my former classmates, all of us caught in a time so desperately adolescent and formative that some of us chose to never look back. And yet, here I am; dusting off the tucked away
It is always a breath of fresh air when a documentary like Skid Row Marathon comes along, which is so heartwarming and heartfelt that you can’t help but be moved emotionally.