Posts Tagged ‘movie’
This dystopian tale quietly but heartwrenchingly explores the loves, losses and fates of three children who can't quite grow up.
Lauren Whalen sits down with the directors of "Howl," a true story with a twist.
Rennke speaks about about the making of "Pearl," Pearl Carter as a historical figure, and how the film emphasized her heritage without playing the race card.
A wannabe rabbi becomes a drug trafficker in a good-gone-bad story that could feel tired but instead rings true.
Among the many titles this film has had, why didn't we see the most apt moniker, "It's a Wonderful Shrek"?
Grecco’s lens strips his subjects bare and is more revealing than any of their exploits on the screen.