Parasite is probably one of the most deceptive films in theaters this year, but not because it looks like one thing and proves to be another. Rather, it is exactly
Pain and Glory, now at the New York Film Festival, marks the eighth time Pedro Almodovar and Antonio Banderas have worked together, in a long collaboration that began in the
Celine Sciamma’s gorgeous Portrait of a Lady on Fire meticulously constructs the relationship of Marianne (Noemie Merlant), a portrait painter, and Heloise (Adele Haenel), her initially reluctant subject. Marianne is
Not Wanted is something of an outlier in director Ida Lupino’s oeuvre because she was actually brought in to finish the film when original director Elmer Clifton became dangerously ill.
Human Capital, which premiered at TIFF this week, is the fifth film from director Marc Meyers, responsible for the well-received My Friend Dahmer that made the festival rounds several years