Matt Sobel (Take Me to the River)
“I wanted the film to feel uncanny, meaning simultaneously familiar and strange. The combination of these mixed signals makes us quite uncomfortable.”
Milk of Sorrow: Motherhood and Metaphors Structure Vitkova’s Somber Debut Using intergenerational familial dilemmas to convey significant historical upheaval is certainly nothing new to fiction or cinema, but a...
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Free of much of the industry hustle and bustle of most major film festivals, Columbia, Missouri’s True/False Film Festival is a sort of haven for the many doc filmmakers in...
Interview: László Nemes & Géza Röhrig (Son of Saul)
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