05 May 2019

Bujar Alimani’s award-winning The Delegation is set in 1990 Albania. 

The 77-minute feature opens at a Gulag-like camp for political prisoners. Televised propagandistic news watched by the inmates reveals that this is a...

05 May 2019

Most film festivals are categorically determined - by the type of production (Toronto’s Hot Docs only showcases nonfiction films); genre (TCM Classic Film Festival screens vintage pictures); time

(LA Shorts...

04 May 2019

May Day seems like an auspicious time to release director/co-writer/ co-producer/co-cinematographer Rachel Lears’ Sundance award-winning documentary Knock Down the House, which focuses on the primary challenges of four left-...

24 April 2019

 

 

NASHVILLE: PLOT SPOILER ALERT!!!

After viewing Father Goose at the TCM Classic Film Festival I decided to watch Nashville, which was also being screened in the Chinese...

23 April 2019

Premiering as it did hard on the heels of the annual TCM Classic Film Festival, the must-see musical Singin’ in the Rain live onstage now at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts is like a delicious dessert conjured up...

20 April 2019

Monty Python collaborator Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote falls into an interesting motion picture category. Cinematic lore includes a sort of subgenre of “difficult” films often made by powerful directors seeking...

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