LET’S GET LOST finds more than two sides to Chet Baker: ‘He was bad, he was trouble and he was beautiful.’
Bringing the specters of the past back to life.
Trouble finds them: Peter Brook’s LORD OF THE FLIES and Roman Polanski’s TESS.
The story of Thanhouser is the story of American cinema in the turbulent teens.
No overacting, no weepy music, no camera movement–the crickets sing and an aging woman looks back at the people that once filled her life, knowing that soon she will be alone.
Dumont’s most humanist work falls into the lineage of TWIN PEAKS and the British mystery BROADCHURCH.
Never grow old: LITTLE FEET is an imaginative hybrid of playtime and professional moviemaking that charms.
Wherever there is immortality, there’s someone who’s willing to do anything to get it.
Linking the physical with the metaphysical—and the trance sounds that go with it in A SPELL TO WARD OFF THE DARKNESS.
‘It’s different and it’s a good time:’ Jerzy Rose’s one-of-a-kind takes on men and women.