Roy Andersson’s final installment in his ‘living’ trilogy is another absurdist and emotionally piercing look at humanity.
A celebration of the untamed female body, WETLANDS almost descends into psychological thriller territory as we explore an attempt to piece together a traumatic, early childhood.
BLOODY BEANS is an experimental film exploration of the French-Algerian conflict,an interesting but poorly executed project screening at Melbourne International Film Festival.
French literature’s enfant terrible is held hostage, beds women and learns to wrestle in this playful documentary that imagines what happened during his 2011 book tour disappearance.
Members of the drag and transgender community have inherited a polarizing identity in contemporary cinema, embodying characters that seem either condemned to brutal tragedy and emotional disturbance (In A Year With 13 Moons, Boys Don’t Cry) or adored for their otherworldly glamor, fearlessness and sex appeal (The Crying Game, Kinky Boots, Divine in anything by
Like the best road movies, you’ve got to drop out to tune in: embarking on a journey across sweeping plains of South Dakota, Payne’s new film sees two men looking at themselves and their shared family past.