Directed by Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman, Neptune Frost is a dreamlike afro-futurist musical that offers insightful commentary on gender and colonialism.
Ahed’s Knee, the latest film from Synonyms director Nadav Lapid, finds him channeling real life tragedy into something furious, abrasive, and unabashedly ugly.
At just over 3 hours long, S.S. Rajamouli’s bombastic action epic RRR (Rise Roar Revolt) is a gleefully entertaining return of extravagant blockbuster cinema.
In this list of the top 10 pinku-eigas, we will delve into the lurid depths of some of the most tantalizingly provocative films Japanese cinema has to offer.
Air Doll, from writer/director Hirokazu Kore-eda, is a life-affirming yet tragic tale destined to make your heart soar even as it breaks it.
Lingui, The Sacred Bonds creates an incisive political parable through purposeful visuals and refreshingly straightforward…
Carol Kane shines in Joan Micklin Silver’s Hester Street, an underseen staple of American independent filmmaking that thoughtfully explores immigration and assimilation.
The Round-Up, directed by Hungarian master Miklós Jancsó and playing at NYFF in a brilliant new restoration, is an evocative and bleak political parable.
Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time, directed by the visionary Hideaki Anno,is a thrilling and moving farewell to the Neon Genesis Evangelion universe.
While Wu Hai boasts some absorbing visuals and strong performances, the film feels too bleak for its own good, with irredeemable characters and no chance of hope.