David Heinz describes the work of editing 'The Call of the Wild' and what is like being the "last storyteller."
Have a tall one on Mads.
A film driven by hagiographic respect, filled with meaningful compositions, and steeped in a righteous passion to set the record straight.
Klein’s film is a worthy portrayal of The Greatest and a great documentary in its own right.
Dixon's film is a harrowing but illuminating watch, and an excoriating exhibition of why Black subjects need Black documentarians and cultural interpreters more often than not.
'One Night in Miami' is one of 2020's most outstanding films.
Despite a foreboding atmosphere, brisk dialogue, and admirable intentions, the gears of 'Slow Machine' grind to a standstill.
This NYFF film is self-indulgent and pretentious.
Sang-soo's spare approach to a spare story lets down some interesting ideas.
Charming performances, clever comedy and pertinent politics make this compact creature feature enjoyable.
A unique, if limited, concoction of engrossing documentary effort and artistically challenging form.