A Humble Prayer: A Conversation with THIS WAS THE PLACE filmmaker Nathan Manuel

A Humble Prayer: A Conversation with THIS WAS THE PLACE...
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Nathan Manuel’s four-part documentary THIS WAS THE PLACE is devoted to exploring what land means to the Indigenous people living in Salt Lake City. … read more

Film Review: Wildhood

Film Review: Wildhood
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Beautifully shot with solid performances, Wildhood offers a touching story of two indigenous brothers on a trip in search of their First Nation Mother. … read more

Film Review: Master

Film Review: Master
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If Master had leaned a little more into the frightening reality we live in rather than its ghost story, perhaps it would be worthy of a strong recommendation. … read more

Film Review: Barbarian

Film Review: Barbarian
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Zach Cregger’s Barbarian tackles some of the other tangible horrors of contemporary life–not least of which is a double-booked Airbnb. … read more

Film Review: The Spine of Night

Film Review: The Spine of Night
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Fans of heavy metal, blood-soaked hand-drawn animation and psychedelic visuals will likely find a home in the world of The Spine of Night. … read more

Film Review: Shakespeare’s Sh*tstorm

Film Review: Shakespeare’s Sh*tstorm
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One of the major goals of the film seems to be a critique on criticism itself. As the preceding decades of his career demonstrate, Kaufman is entirely incorrigible. … read more

Film Review: Goodafternoon Sweetdream

Film Review: Goodafternoon Sweetdream
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If Bang Seung Hyeon intended to create a profoundly disorienting viewing experience with Goodafternoon Sweetdream, they certainly succeeded. … read more

Film Review: Hannah Ha Ha

Film Review: Hannah Ha Ha
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Joshua Pikovsky and Jordan Tetewsky’s Hannah Ha Ha doesn’t really come to any conclusions about anything, but maybe that’s the point … read more

Film Review: The Family

Film Review: The Family
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The Family is a film overflowing with interesting ideas, but it is so overstuffed that it fails to flesh out any of them. … read more

Film Review: Surge

Film Review: Surge
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Surge fails as a compelling narrative but is buttressed by Ben Whishaw’s impeccable performance and one or two wonderful setpieces. … read more