With no end in sight to the coronavirus pandemic, now is the time to dabble in the world of arthouse cinema.
With the release of First Cow earlier this year, it’s time to look at the impressive filmography of Kelly Reichardt, one of the best filmmakers working today.
Song Without a Name is filled to the brim with beautiful compositions and camerawork, but never forgets the importance of the story it’s telling.
Smith may not impress on a technical level, but it’s filled with a genuine love for filmmaking and deserves to be checked out.
So Late So Soon is a touching documentary that works due to the uniqueness of its subjects and the dignity shown towards them.
Lily James and Kristen Scott Thomas do their best to keep Rebecca afloat, but a puzzling tone and a stiff Armie Hammer performance keep it from greatness.
Collective’s pace may prove difficult for some viewers, but its calculated approach to a real-life tragedy and unwavering focus on those affected pays off in the end.
The Old Ways continues a trend of horror films taking inspiration from local folklore to craft an engaging film with strong performances.
Cicada’s blend of unfiltered personal experience from its two leads and insightful dialogue help create one of the most affecting queer films in years.
LX 2048 ’s premise and world introduce an abundance of interesting themes and concepts, almost none of which are satisfyingly explored.