Posts Tagged ‘Heartland Film Festival’
City of Joy tells some of the most traumatic, demeaning, and dehumanizing stories to befall women. This is their story of resilience.
On this week's show, Chris reviews "Marshall," "The Foreigner," "Faces Places," "Take Every Wave: The Life of Laird Hamilton," "Professor Marston & the Wonder Women," "Happy Death Day" plus "Baby Driver" on video.
“The Mad Whale” is an intriguing film that is suffocating with its intensity and features a commanding performance from Phoenix that definitely makes it as a must-see.
While the emotional core may be a tad dry, Shut Up Anthony provides some of the best commentary on the folly of everyday conversation in recent memory.
Deeply heartfelt but never maudlin, "The Bachelors" features another great performance by J.K. Simmons as a father who doesn't know how to grieve.
This gorgeous and engaging documentary puts us at the knee of some of the greatest cinematographers of the modern age as they talk about their craft.
This wistful, lovely drama treats its elderly subject straight-on with tenderness and insight. Based on the filmmaker's mother's life.