Be sure to catch One Night Only films on the one night they will play publicly on the big screen in Madison.
Edwanike Harbour argues that director Kelly Reichardt (Wendy and Lucy, Meek’s Cutoff) delivers a beautiful bore with her new feature, Certain Women, which returns to Madison on Saturday for WUD Film’s Directress Film Festival. […]
Grant Phipps examines the latest film from Brazilian filmmaker Anna Muylaert, Don’t Call Me Son, in which a gender bending teenager finds new social circumstances when his biological mother reclaims him. […]
James Kreul argues that Paul Taylor’s Driftwood, winner of the 2016 Slamdance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize, encapsulates all that is right and wrong with micro-budgeted independent features: intimate, thoughtful, well shot and acted, but also twee and predictable. […]
James Kreul argues that London Road evokes a surprising range of emotions in what could have been a conceptual exercise: singing words taken from interviews about an infamous series of prostitute murders. […]