By J.R. Kinnard
Two films about very different musical genres -- from polka to sweet crooning to punk-rock screaming -- take center stage at Sundance Film Festival 2017.
By Todd R. Ramlow
If there is a movie that might make me agree with conservative pundits assailing the 'vulgarity' and gross-out humor of contemporary U.S. culture and much recent Hollywood teen fare, 'Sorority Boys' would be it.
TOKiMONSTA: Lune Rouge
Dave Douglas with the Westerlies and Anwar Marshall: Little Giant Still Life
Truth in Beauty and Beauty in Truth: Graphic Memoir 'Diario de Oaxaca'
Martin Luther's Rise from Small-town Theologian to Bold and Defiant Heretic
Del Sol String Quartet: Dark Queen Mantra
Robert Plant: Carry Fire
The Church: Man Woman Life Death Infinity
T.C. Boyle's 'The Relive Box and Other Stories' Will Leave You Reeling
"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.