HIGH LIFE is a story so simple it loops back to the profound and so focused it collapses through the event horizon to feel universal. Jim Ross reviews Claire Denis’s remarkable English-language debut.
WOMAN AT WAR never quite strikes the memorable blow it wants to, but neither does it crash to earth like a pylon sabotaged by lead character Halla. Jim Ross reviews.
VOX LUX has many interesting things to say, but doesn’t seem to say them in an interesting or clear way. Jim Ross reviews.
Jim Ross speaks to Mar Felices – co-founder and director of IberoDocs – about this year’s edition and the festival’s history.
THE KEYS TO MEMORY (LAS LLAVES DE LA MEMORIA) is an engaging and fascinating documentary outlining ideas of how societal history and the language used to convey ancient events contributes to a modern-day sense of identity. Jim Ross reviews at IberoDocs.
The lead performances carry the film, but if it had some more plot discipline, it’s hard to shake the feeling WILD ROSE couldn’t have been so much more than it is. Jim Ross reviews.
Jim Ross reviews the program ‘Iranian Short Stories’ program at the 2019 unDependence Film Festival ahead of the launch next month.
UNDER THE SILVER LAKE wants to have its cake, and then claim there is a massive high-society plot to not let anyone eat it. Jim Ross reviews.
Jim Ross speaks to the director Ross A Wilson and star Jamie Robson of forthcoming independent feature film SPIN STATE about the creative process and inspirations for the film.
Jim Ross interviews Sudipto Roy, director of Glasgow Film Festival 2019 highlight KIA AND COSMOS, ahead of his film’s release in India.