The P-Town Fest was the site of several first-rate documentaries.
Director Howard Hawks’ signature statement was the depiction of the American (or mostly American) male group with a task to accomplish.
For all its bite, Fall is oddly endearing, too, leavening its harsh portrait of money-madness with aw-shucks moments of solidarity and kindness.
John DeLorean remains an unwieldy figure whose story is difficult to frame — the new film leaves much unreported and unexplored.
The Dead Don’t Die is a satiric trifle, but a cleverly amusing one.
What happens when a dubious scientific experiment yields unexpected results?
Joanna Hogg refuses by aesthetic principle to put a lot of inflection into her scenes, steering them away from melodrama and even heated drama. As a result, some episodes are half-baked, sketchy, and flat.
This fantasy musical is unexpectedly moving, a driven and musically satisfying experience for serious Elton John fans.
This screening of Carl Dreyer’s classic film will offer some exceptional, and exciting, musical strengths.
Verisimilitude is rarely a meaningful measure by which to judge a film, but The Souvenir is obsessed with exploring the line between documentary and narrative, reality and art.