The Killing Fields, the harrowing film set in Cambodia during the Pol Pot regime, could not be made until after Chariots of Fire, Producer David Puttnam recalls.
Chilean revisionist Western, The Settlers, is a powerful film whose director shows admirable moral integrity that’s often absent in film history.
There are taboo subjects in the context of Indigenous Americans in Killers of the Flower Moon. Scorsese’s film only amplifies the silence surrounding them.
Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon is another storytelling masterclass and examination of 20th-century American histories of greed and destruction.
Like the atomized color in Seurat’s pointillism, Nolan uses a non-sequential progression of meanings to create a larger picture in Oppenheimer. Unfortunately, this method leaves viewers seeing a lot of dots.
Christopher Nolan’s latest juggernaut Oppenheimer is an earth-shattering study of modern politics and governance that redefines what filmmaking can be.
HBO’s satirical miniseries on the Watergate affair, White House Plumbers, entertains but struggles to find emotional and political footing.
The Three Musketeers: D’Artagnan lacks the literary poetry and grace of Dumas’ sprawling novel, but Martin Bourboulon’s iteration honours its spirit.
Wolfish: Self, and the Stories We Tell About Fear engagingly weaves ecology, sociology, and history into a rich tapestry to warily gaze into the unblinking eye of fear.
Director Sharon ‘Rocky’ Roggio discusses her documentary, 1946: The Mistranslation That Shifted Culture, and how the Bible has been weaponised against the LGBTQIA+ community.