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.
A Very British Scandal Real Story

The Real Story Behind ‘A Very British Scandal’

By Will DiGravio 

The BBC miniseries centers on one of the most shocking divorces in British history.

A Few Good Men Courtroom

The Real Story Behind ‘A Few Good Men’

By Will DiGravio 

A group of ex-Navy lawyers each claim they served as the inspiration for Tom Cruise’s Lt. Kaffee.

Sonic The Hedgehog 2

‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2’ Entertains With Fun Characters and Clever Homages

By Will DiGravio 

The beloved video game hero returns for a superior sequel.

The Staircase Firth

The Real Story Behind ‘The Staircase’

By Will DiGravio 

The new true-crime drama series depicts the shocking story of Michael and Kathleen Peterson.

Paris 13Th District

‘Paris, 13th District’ is an Empathetic Portrait of 21st Century Romance

By Will DiGravio 

Jacques Audiard’s latest film features a superb script co-written with Céline Sciamma and Léa Mysius and a cast that captures what its like to be young and figuring it all out.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Will Leave You Thinking About it All

By Will DiGravio 

The creators of ‘Swiss Army Man’ are back with another blast of creativity, wit, and heart.

Gaslit Series Julia Roberts and Sean Penn

The Real Story Behind ‘Gaslit’

By Will DiGravio 

Julia Roberts and Sean Penn star as Martha Mitchell and former US Attorney General John Mitchell in this lesser known story about the Watergate scandal.

The First Lady Viola Davis

The Real Story Behind ‘The First Lady’

By Will DiGravio 

The new anthology series focuses on the American presidency through the eyes of former first ladies Michelle Obama, Betty Ford, and Eleanor Roosevelt.

After Yang

How ‘After Yang’ Recalls Kogonada’s Video Essays

By Will DiGravio 

A remixed film within a film leaves viewers reflecting on the nature of life and the moving image.