Tatort: Streets of Berlin is a crime show with collaborative efforts across regional television studios in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.
While it might feel out of touch with reality, it’s in the more personal aspects of his story that it manages to keep itself from falling off the deep end.
In the latest Queerly Ever After, the focus is on My Big Gay Italian Wedding (2018), a gay rom-com set in the Italian countryside.
A fun, sexy, romantic comedy, Just Friends is a Dutch TV movie about two young men falling in love.
While Keep an Eye Out feels more like an extended comedy sketch than a feature film, it is definitely entertaining.
Travis Knight’s Bumblebee is a surprisingly well-done action film that brings heart and friendship to the Transformer franchise.
Page To Screen contrasts Love, Simon and its original source, showcasing what’s lost when a coming-out story is re-molded for the screen.
State Legislature, Monrovia, Indiana, and City Hall may each look at different levels of governance, they all present the importance of public service.
Cobra Kai may look like a series leaning heavily on nostalgia and cheesy drama but deep down, it is a humane portrayal of one’s journey to redemption.
In a newly released Blu-Ray from the Criterion Collection, Owen Butler takes a look at Bing Liu’s Minding the Gap.
Trained focuses on a unique idea but never seems to spring up or explore what’s beneath the surface of it’s chosen gimmick.
Who knew that in 2020, the messages and words of Anna and the Apocalypse would find new and even deeper meaning.
Smuggling Hendrix is a largely remote concept, but its political relevance emerging from its silly conflict makes it an accessible, amusing dramedy.
Carga is a gripping short film. Its marvellous build-up is ever so slightly hindered by a speedy conclusion—it’s a film you want to be longer.
Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles offers a peek into the mind of one of the most influential artists of the surrealist movement.