An interview with an emerging London-based filmmaker, art director, and creative, Sayna Fardaraghi.
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
Abrasive, cranky, and mostly unpleasant, Lee Israel is recognizably human. Lee is not a supervillain and she is also not absurdly nice. She obsessively relies on others for validation and praise, yet
The Biggest Little Farm is an opulent story of our deep connection to the earth and land that surrounds us.