Will DiGravio

Will DiGravio is a Brooklyn-based critic, researcher, and video essayist, who has been a contributor at Film School Rejects since 2018. Follow and/or unfollow him on Twitter @willdigravio.
Showing Up Review

Kelly Reichardt’s ‘Showing Up’ Captures the Labor & Challenges of Creating Art

By Will DiGravio 

Michelle Williams gives one of the year’s best performances as a sculptor dealing with the struggles of daily life.

Aftersun Review

‘Aftersun’ is a Remarkable, Moving Debut Feature from Charlotte Wells

By Will DiGravio 

Paul Mescal stars as a young father trying to survive in the world with his 11-year-old daughter.

Armageddon Time

‘Armageddon Time’ is a Masterful Self-Reflection From James Gray

By Will DiGravio 

Anne Hathaway, Jeremy Strong, and Anthony Hopkins star in this semi-autobiographical film from the ‘Ad Astra’ director.

Till Movie

‘Till’ is a Monumental Work of Direction and Performance

By Will DiGravio 

Danielle Deadwyler delivers one of the best performances of the year as Mamie Till-Mobley, the mother of Emmett Till.

Saint Omer Review

‘Saint Omer’ is a Beautifully Striking and Stylized Courtroom Drama

By Will DiGravio 

Alice Diop’s debut narrative feature offers a devastating depiction of motherhood.

White Noise Netflix

‘White Noise’ Entertains Despite Its Occasionally Uneven Feel

By Will DiGravio 

Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig are the highlights of Noah Baumbach’s latest film.

Lynch Oz Documentary

‘Lynch/Oz’ is a Revelatory Reflection on a Cinematic Romance

By Will DiGravio 

David Lynch really loves ‘The Wizard of Oz.’ This new film explores the relationship between the two and so much more.

Moonage Daydream

‘Moonage Daydream’ is an Ambitious, Thrilling Portrait of David Bowie

By Will DiGravio 

Your eyes and ears will be grateful you saw this immersive documentary.

Burial

‘Burial’ Offers an Interesting Premise with Little New Ground

By Will DiGravio 

Balance is everything for a film of this size, and it never quite finds it.