Alex Arabian studied Italian, film, philosophy, and business management at Loyola Marymount University. His work is published in AwardsCircuit.com and in the San Francisco Examiner. He believes film has no limitations in neither scope nor story; it transcends all confines of expression. He's an advocate of film preservation, cultural preservation, and the importance of film as not only an art form, but as a medium that can incent positive change in the world.
'T2 Trainspotting' Is a Transcendent Blend of Nostalgia and Reality | 27 Mar 2017 // 9:00 PM
T2 Trainspotting knows its roots in the Angry Young Men movement and acknowledges its sentimentality. But it has something more important to say.
SFIFF 2017: 'Landline' - Disfunction and Difficult Transitions in the '90s | 6 Apr 2017 // 5:30 AM
Landline relishes its '90s setting, focusing on face-to-face interaction over the emotionally isolating communicative technology used today, as a means for exploring larger issues.
'Life': Wait, Haven't We Seen This Before? | 24 Mar 2017 // 3:30 AM
Life disregards its genre predecessor, Alien to the detriment of the film.