“The piece I submitted,” Galo Tobías said, “is the result of a technical-aesthetic experimentation I went through about two years ago, the intention is to get a very accurate visual result and close to what might be an abstract thought.”
Alicia, una joven campesina colombiana de 19 años, intenta rehacer su existencia después de que su familia es asesinada por los militares. Es así como llega a La Sirga, un hostal decadente a orillas de una laguna grande…
The makers of “A.K.A. Doc Pomus” have done an honest job of portraying their subject “warts and all.” The interviews paint a multifaceted and complete picture of the man without feeling forced.
According to the director, this is not intended to be a film about war, violence or about drug traffic, rather, it´s about relationships—relationships between the five characters.
La combinación magistral de una genial dirección por parte de Andrés Wood con un estupendo libreto de Eliseo Altunaga y la soberbia actuación de Francisca Gavilán, dan como resultado un retrato increíblemente acertado de Chile, de su cultura, su folclor y su gente, sobre todo de la extraordinaria Violeta Parra.
A masterful combination of great direction by Andrés Wood with a very well written screenplay by Eliseo Altunaga, as well as exceptional acting by Francisca Gavilán, results in an incredible portrait of the Chilean culture and folklore, of their people and most of all of the extraordinary singer herself.
The film is a swirl of questions we want answered for ourselves and of society: Is it better to be gay or a criminal? Is it better to follow a lie and be validated by “society” (or at least this story’s version of that reality) or to tell the truth? And—what will we have to talk about when it is no longer a scandal to be gay?
“Brief Encounters” follows Crewdson as he develops his most complex series of photos called “Beneath the Roses.” He builds an entire sound stage, finds a multitude of “real life” locations, and admits having an enormous amount of anxiety over the whole thing.
The cinematography in “Shun Li and the Poet” emphasizes how small Shun Li is in the world, but she retains an optimistic spirit and tells her son stories in letter form: she must be reunited with him. She works for him, not the sewing factory boss, not her Chinese bosses and not the taverna customers.
Sure, he’s been nominated for a Grammy, has over ten albums with his own band, and beat out Carlos Santana and Jerry Garcia for a BAMA, but don’t worry—you’ve never heard of him.
Hoffman’s “Quartet,” is about an octogenarian opera diva that takes charge by refusing to sing. It is also about a distinguished actor that shows up for a movie and refuses to act.
There is nothing subtle about “The Skin I’m In,” and that is exactly why you must see it. It is a creative, triumphant piece of documentary filmmaking on a singular subject: the life (so far) of Broderick Fox