Luke Taylor

Luke Taylor has worked as a writer and producer on educational videos, film shorts and documentaries, and he has participated in the voting for the Independent Spirit Awards. From 2007 to 2009, Taylor was the writer and host/presenter of the public radio podcast, Grammar Grater. His articles, essays and reviews have appeared in such publications as the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Twin Cities Business Journal, Ships Monthly and Rain Taxi Review of Books.

‘Perfect Understanding’ Probes Timeless Questions About Relationships

‘Identity Thief’ Struggles With Its Own Identity

‘Norman’ Tests the Limits of Sympathy

Bundle Up for ‘Into the Cold’

‘This Must Be the Place’ Shows It’s Never Too Late to Come of Age

‘Silent Souls’ Is a Quiet Reflection on Life and Death

‘Detropia’ Ponders the Fate of Motor City

A Paean to the Pictures: ‘The Story of Film: An Odyssey’

Seth McFarlane Goes Feature-Length with ‘Ted’

A Modern Allegory: ‘The Dust Bowl: A Film by Ken Burns’

‘Nova: Secrets of the Viking Sword’ Makes a Point

‘Iron Sky’ Is Sci-Fi Confection