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A film by Todd Solondz

Cast: Greta Gerwig, Keaton Nigel Cooke, Tracy Letts, Julie Delpy

Wiener-Dog, a work of dark distress which disguises itself as an archly cynical comedy and Todd Solondz has nailed it so right, on the money. 218 more words


Review: Christine

Director: Antonio Campos

Runtime: 115 minutes

My apologies to Stephen King, but the name ‘Christine’ belongs to Antonio Campos now. Or at least, it initially belongs to Mr. 681 more words

Imperium (2016) **REVIEW**

When I was watching this film I had a difficult time and had to walk away a little from time to time. As for Imperium is a difficult film to watch for anyone with half a brain but it’s still extremely powerful and you will get the message and see a bit of reality. 198 more words


REVIEW: Christine

Sundance Film Festival

If “Nightcrawler” had a spiritual prequel, Antonio Campos’ “Christine” might fit the bill. This true story of 1970s news anchor Christine Chubbuck, played with masterful precision by Rebecca Hall, hinges on the maddening descent of local television into the “if it bleeds, it leads” culture. 303 more words

Movie Reviews

52nd Chicago International Film Festival Screening #3: "Christine" (USA)

“Christine” (USA)
Directed by Antonio Campos

I very rarely screen films at the Festival that I know will get a wide theatrical release. I prefer to catch the smaller films, or those that have no hope of distribution outside of LA or NYC. 547 more words

Film Review

Chicago International Film Festival 2016: Part One

This is my first year attending the Chicago International Film Festival, hooray! I’m seeing a handful of movies, most of them part of the After Dark program. 473 more words

Film Festivals

Reconstructing a Photo - Elvis & Nixon (2016)

Potential left at the table.  Do you know what the most requested photo in the National Archives is?  It’s President Nixon shaking hands with the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley.   501 more words