With his debut feature I Comete: A Corsican Summer at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Director Pascal Tagnati reflects on the filmmaking process.
Fear of unseen powers causing public tragedies was so widespread in 1974 America that filmmakers knew audiences would believe the corporate murder machine of The Parallax View.
Adapting Larry Watson's novel, director Thomas Bezucha sets the quest of a retired sheriff and his wife to the era of American society's fall from grace.
Scorsese's The Irishman is not a masculine power fantasy, nor could its heavy underlying sadness ever be mistaken for delight in violence or criminality.
Director Natalie Erika James talks with PopMatters about how she invites her audience to project their fears onto the screen in her slow burn and suspenseful horror, Relic.
When America developed the hydrogen and atom bombs in WWII, the Atomic Age's eyes opened upon our species. They have yet to blink. Judy Irving's Dark Circle is now available for on-line viewing from First Run Features.
The nostalgic, feel-good documentary, Jimmy Carter: Rock & Roll President, explores Carter's connections to the music world but misses a lot about this not-so-simple man.
Nina Hoss plays the lead character, Lisa, in Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond's My Little Sister (Schwesterlein). In this interview with PopMatters, she discusses her intimate relationship with the camera and the joy she's found in giving up control.