All posts tagged "carlos reygadas"
Our Time: Carlos Reygadas Discusses His Daily Routine, Thoughts on Relationships, and How Cinema is Like FishingJuly 9, 2019
In a noisy world, Mexican auteur Carlos Reygadas makes cinema centered on presence. In that presence,...
AFI Fest 2018 Wrap: Team MovieMaker‘s Favorites From This Year’s FestivalNovember 27, 2018
In experimenting with all forms of moviemaking, this year’s AFI Fest slate managed to spread the...
AFI Fest 2018 Preview: International Masters and New Voices Come to Hollywood with Boundary-Pushing StoriesNovember 8, 2018
Year after year, cinephiles in Los Angeles eagerly await the announcement of AFI Fest’s list of...
Three’s Company: A Busy Weekend Of L.A. Film Fests Highlights The City’s Multiculturalism and Fierce IndependenceJune 19, 2017
Repertoire theaters, star-studded evenings, plenty of multiplexes and art houses theaters, as well as a never-ending...
Beyond the Gruesome Truth: Amat Escalante on Realism and Provocation in HeliJune 12, 2014
Cathartic and uncompromising, the visceral honesty contained in every frame of Amat Escalante’s third feature, Heli,...