By Meg Shields
Here’s a video essay on why the pride and despair of Paul Schrader’s film defines the latent darkness of the 2010s.
By Abby Olcese
This year’s films tackled reactions to injustice and moral failing.
Watch a video essay that analyzes how movies last in our memory thanks to their combination of great music, cinematography, and conclusion.
Among the already-established indie favorites this year, Eighth Grade and Hereditary are underdogs that could go far.
By Farah Cheded
Just like the transcendental movies Paul Schrader first wrote about 46 years ago, ‘First Reformed’ is shot in a restrained manner designed to open up space for the spiritual.
It’s a matter of questions and answers.