Articles by Jordan Cronk
Where Reichardt’s latest, an elaborate tale of radicalism, eco-terrorism, guilt and paranoia, fits.
Progressive, fringe, eccentric, experimental and avant-garde works lit up screens from Locarno to Toronto to New York.
If this is fate, so be it; Russell seems dangerously close to reaching nirvana.
Form versus function in the modern music documentary.
On the experimental edge at Toronto: Without those artists brave enough to take us forward, we’d be destined to stand still.
Where one can find Toronto’s most visceral thrills and left-field surprises from some of the world’s most acclaimed filmmakers.
On keeping pace with another of Allan Dwan’s single-minded protagonists in search of love, freedom and justice.
Larraín builds a city of the living dead as he carefully considers the effects of the Pinochet regime on the people of Chile.
Manoel de Oliveira’s modernist fable engages with an entire spectrum of antiquated, classical and modernist cinematic resources.