Art

12 Years a Slave (Review)

12 Years a Slave (Review)

Art & cruelty combined in a great film »

306 Hollywood (review)

306 Hollywood (review)

That's grandma's' address »

A Ghost Story (review)

A Ghost Story (review)

Not a scary movie »

A Hidden Life (review)

A Hidden Life (review)

The latest from Terrence Malick »

At Eternity’s Gate (review)

At Eternity’s Gate (review)

Van Gogh back on screen »

Blancanieves  (review)

Blancanieves (review)

The title means Snow White in Spanish, so there’s the plot. It’s set in the early 20th century world of bull fighting, but the big twist: it’s in black and white and silent (except for the musical soundtrack and some intertitles). The cinematography is rich and there are period cinematic elements (overlapping images, gimmicky transitions). In an effort to create this stylized app... »

Climax (review)

Climax (review)

Trippy, literally »

Frances Ha (Review)

Frances Ha (Review)

Consider it "Girls" in black & white »

Heaven Knows What (review)

Heaven Knows What (review)

Junkie life on NYC streets »

Luz (review)

Luz (review)

German art film with thriller aspirations »

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