“An exciting and emotionally grandstanding drama about temptation, shame, humiliation and greed.”
“Doesn’t feel like a sententious ‘issue’ drama, and is all the more affecting for it.”
Premieres, Cannes favorites and selections from guest directors Guy Maddin and Kim Morgan.
Reviews are mixed for this “vivid parable” inspired by the Arab Spring.
A “tremendously assured portrait of an underprivileged if sporadically joy-filled childhood.”
Maintains “its predecessor’s ornate moral complexities, keen sociological shading and occasional, devastating jabs of humor.”
Today’s videos: David Lynch, Sergio Leone and Norman McLaren.
Over a dozen heads of festivals from around the world have signed an open statement of support.
“Think BLACK SWAN directed by Mel Brooks and you’re in the vicinity, but only just.” Updated.
“Greaves was not only a harbinger of a new era of multicultural filmmaking but a pivotal figure in the history of African-American cinema.”