As we are shacked up in month whatever of a global pandemic, the cold, stark wind blowing outside, turning to a film where travelling and sunny days is the main focus seems a bit of a hardship. Yet the comedy … Continue reading Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar – Review
TW: Discussion of Sexual Assault, Abuse, Rape Parker Hill and Isabel Bethencourt’s Cusp is a difficult film to talk about. This is mostly because it’s a difficult film to watch in truth. Chronicling a summer in the lives of three … Continue reading Cusp – Sundance 2021 Review
By Jordan King In his feature directorial debut Wild Indian, premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, writer-director Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr. reimagines the Biblical tale of Cain and Abel as a contemporary tale of two Ojibwean men whose lives are … Continue reading Wild Indian – Sundance 2021 Review
by Jordan King An overwhelmingly sensual and sensory experience set against the backdrop of rural mid-19th Century New York, Mona Fastvold’s The World To Come is a gorgeously realised portrayal of relationships both burning with passion and burnt out long … Continue reading The World to Come – Sundance 2021 Review
Epic in both narrative and scope, Black Messiah is an incendiary, tragic, uncontainable force of a film.
Jordan King dissects this incredible film. Continue reading Judas and the Black Messiah – Sundance Review
by Jordan King British documentarian Sam Hobkinson’s Misha and the Wolves, premiering at the Sundance Film Festival in the World Cinema Documentary Competition strand, is a constantly shapeshifting, twisting, turning documentary that deconstructs the truth and lies of one Misha … Continue reading Misha and the Wolves – Sundance 2021 Review