Article Archive for July 2012
Following last week’s announcement of titles lined up for the Galas and Special Presentations, Toronto throws in another five dozen films or so.
Searching out stories as well as audiences for conscientious nonfiction features, Phil Grabsky, one-man documentary band, plays a rare tune.
What’ll make the lists of the “Greatest Films of All Time”?
Writer, photographer, editor, filmmaker, videographer, digital multimedia artist, and “arguably the cinema’s greatest essayist.”
Juan Carlos Rulfo studies men at work on a major Mexican highway project and finds complex characters, fascinating contrasts.
“His work seems to be part of the very grain of his nation’s cinematic output.”
Robert Koehler on L’AVVENTURA; and RED DESERT, newly restored, begins a tour of Britain.
Reviews of the doc, plus: The artist contrasts Zhang Yimou’s and Danny Boyles’s Olympics opening ceremonies.
Good reads and fresh news.
Surprise is the refrain in the story behind the story of pop mystery Rodriguez and filmmaker Malik Bendjelloul.
‘This Must Be the Place: Post-Punk Tribes 1978-1982′ brings three days of punk movie/movement nostalgia to a city that fueled the revolution.