Tag: movies to watch

  • UTAMA on Chat Cinema

    UTAMA on Chat Cinema

    For this episode of Chat Cinema, a conversation with Director Alejandro Loayza Grisi about his highly acclaimed film UTAMA. The Bolivian film has been selected for entry for Best International Film Oscar.

  • Benetonville Fest Highlights

    Benetonville Fest Highlights

    For its eighth annual edition, the Bentonville Film Festival once again purported to be all-inclusive. Its tagline reads: ‘Championing Women and Diverse Voices’. Academy Award winner Geena Davis chairs this festival in Arkansas State. Physical events took place from June 22nd-26th, with virtual events running to July 3rd.   The Competition Narrative entry The Unknown […]

  • Tribeca Fest Likes

    Tribeca Fest Likes

    The New York City Film Festival unspooled its usual cinema fair of polished works by filmmakers from around the world. The mixture of physical and virtual continued this past June for ten days. God Said Give Em’ Drum Machines is the story of how a sound was created in the Detroit music scene. Check out […]

  • DIVA in 2022

    An extraordinary film released in 1981, Jean-Jacques Beineix‘s DIVA is a classic example of Cinema Du Look. Expressive, colorful, romantic. The French thriller is the story of an Opera Singer and a secret tape. Released by Rialto Pictures in the US.

  • Chat Cinema on Techno Music.

    Techno Music came from Detroit Michigan. The Motor City gave the world another sound from its streets in 1979. Check out the Chat Cinema Podcast episode with filmmaker Kristian R. Hill. The documentary storyteller gives the backstory of his work and the history of the sound. GOD SAID GIVE EM DRUM MACHINES was screened at […]

  • On Alexander

    Yes, Alexander Skarsgard has a body to die for, but the Emmy Winner is also an affable guy. During this press conference the The Swedish actor was engaging during this press conference for a movie that was,,,below par. His new film “The Northman” is generating positive buzz. Check out other film news on the Chat […]

  • 4 out of 5 from Ryusuke

    I screened Ryûsuke Hamaguchi‘s three episode Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy last year. To my amazement, I liked it, giving the film 4/5 stars.

  • George Has Gone A Long Way

    Actor George MacKay has gone far since we took this picture in 2014. Black and Paper interviewed the young actor in Berlin at the Shooting Stars event. A nice guy with a lot of charm. MacKay has starred in Sam Mendes’ World War 1 Drama “1917”. Currently his new feature “Munich-The Edge of War” is […]

  • The Compellingly Divine

    A seemingly straightforward two-hour documentary of Pope Francis, Francesco otherwise manages to compel. Directed by Evgeny Afineevsky, the film is noteworthy for mostly competent direction and production values. Jorge Mario Bergoglio was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1936. He is the first Pope to be born outside Europe since Gregory III (731–741). As the […]

  • Is This Indie Flick Worth The Trip?

    Is This Indie Flick Worth The Trip?

    Pooling to Paradise Indie Road Flick Pooling to Paradise is an engaging and often fun critique on contemporary living. Married mum and step-mother Jenny (Lynn Chen) plans to travel to Las Vegas for a professional Blogger conference. Involuntarily she chooses the Car Pool option on her app. This means she will subsequently miss her flight. […]