‘306 Hollywood’ Is An Experimental, Tender Exercise In Coping [Sundance Review]

Anyone who has lost a loved one knows that in the weeks and months that follow, after the most intense spasms of grief have subsided, that the question of how exactly to remember that person remains. It’s a tremendous question that has no universal answer, that everybody and every family must find for themselves. AndContinue reading “‘306 Hollywood’ Is An Experimental, Tender Exercise In Coping [Sundance Review]”

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‘Loveling’ Is A Tender Family Drama Of Great Highs & Awkward Lows [Sundance Review]

Inevitably, families fall apart. Not all of them out of malice or spite, but more because of time and growth. At the very core of raising a family is the idea that someday you will watch your children leave you, and this, of course, will upend the very thing you have been trying to holdContinue reading “‘Loveling’ Is A Tender Family Drama Of Great Highs & Awkward Lows [Sundance Review]”

‘This Is Home’ Is A Harrowing Take On Refugee Life In America [Sundance Review]

In the year since the cultural shift ignited by the 2016 election, there have already been a handful of films that have taken on the ongoing war in Syria and the refugee crisis it has sparked. (Two of them — “City of Ghosts” and “Last Men In Aleppo” — made our list of the best docsContinue reading “‘This Is Home’ Is A Harrowing Take On Refugee Life In America [Sundance Review]”