An interview with an emerging London-based filmmaker, art director, and creative, Sayna Fardaraghi.
Part 3 of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is a gorgeous continuation of its earlier seasons. This is my third review for its third season. I’ve loved She-Ra so much from
To me, Persona is something very extraordinary. It is a collection of my life's encounters and breathtaking work of cinema.
Courageous, tender, messy and breathtaking.
Brian de Palma's underfunded terrorism thriller Domino serves exactly one purpose: proving just how much we don't need Brian de Palma films anymore.
Chock full of even more intriguing adventures, She-Ra season two is a heightened, higher stakes version of the first.
"She wanted a storm to match her rage."
This year has been a whirlwind for female-led productions in every sense. We have seen some incredibly dynamic, fascinating, powerful and leading female characters in both film and television.
I am so grateful that I had the opportunity to watch the 17 films that I did and so glad I could write about a few of them for FilmEra!
A billowing, paradoxical love filled with great sorrow.
The Upside, a remake of the French film The Intouchables, is a typical drama in which the central characters fall easily into archetypes and archetypal emotions. Bryan Cranston is a wealthy businessman paralyzed