Articles by Steven Jenkins
Award-winning documentarian Margaret Brown bids a fond farewell to a country music legend in BE HERE TO LOVE ME: A FILM ABOUT TOWNES VAN ZANDT.
Searching for the impeccably coiffed ghost of long-forgotten jazz genius Gary McFarland.
The indie adventurer sojourns to the Land of Fire and Ice and teams up with orchestral rock band Hjaltalin for her silent movie feature debut, DAYS OF GRAY.
Matteo Garrone’s tough guys, little men and scheming dreamers face up to reality.
A cell phone’s pop-song ringtone and a symphony of honking car horns break the silence in Turkish master Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s slow-burn neo-noir.
The ‘Hannibal’ star’s Cannes-winning turn as an unjustly targeted social pariah in Thomas Vinterberg’s THE HUNT raises the Great Dane’s international stature.
A new documentary celebrates the ecstatic fabulousness of James Broughton’s sensually poetic cinema.
The self-professed ‘No More Mr. Nice Gay’ reflects on two decades of autobiographical exhibitionism.
With 70mm camera in tow, the filmmaking duo behind SAMSARA traverses the globe, gazes with astonishment.
The auteur behind earnestly effervescent French gems returns with uncertain romance, heartbreaking chansons and the world’s greatest mother-daughter acting team.
The brilliant, beautiful actress shares stardust memories and confronts her enigmatic self-image under the gaze of documentarian Angelina Maccarone, fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh and a hopelessly smitten Woody Allen.
San Francisco indie stalwart Mark Smolowitz merges the personal and polemical in his gaman-infused directorial debut, THE POWER OF TWO.