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Every Sriram Raghavan Film Ranked

Sriram Raghavan is a filmmaker India needs, and a filmmaker India deserves. Raghavan’s work has defined a cinematic aesthetic, a style, almost a genre, in the sense of the cultural imprint it leaves behind. While genre filmmaking is usually talked about synonymously with thematic filmmaking, there are multiple instances where a filmmaker’s body of work has stylistic elements which give shape to that filmmaker’s form of storytelling. It is this definition that finds relevance here. The impact here is the…

What We're Watching: July 16, 2021

Brock: "The boys did a great review of Black Widow (listen here], and they saw the same movie I did. The audience was given the old bait-and-switch. It's a Black Widow movie, but Yelena Belova Black Widow movie, not Natasha Romanov's Black Widow movie. Natasha is MCU's past, Yelena is MCU future. There are moments early on that seem like we'd be getting Natasha's Bourne Identity movie, and that is the movie I want to see. But the filmmakers had other plans. Black Widow feels like it serves a purpose,…

On the late summer thrills of The Suicide Squad, The Green Knight, and Old

Late summer is not, normally speaking, a time to expect exceptional cinema; by the onset of August, blockbuster season is winding down and awards season hasn’t yet begun, leaving audiences stranded in a purgatorial middle zone, heavy on Hollywood’s less promising releases. But against all odds, in these abnormal times, the dog days of summer are bringing some big movies to the big screen that are very much worth seeing. On this week’s episode of Film Club, critics A.A. Dowd and…

SIFFcast with Summertime director Carlos López Estrada

In celebration of Summertime's theatrical release, we're throwing it back to our SIFFcast with director Carlos López Estrada, plus Tyris Winter and Mila Cuda, two of the poets who acted in and wrote for the film. This Q&A took place on Friday, April 9, 2021 as part of the Seattle International Film Festival and was moderated by Seattle International Film Festival Programmer Megan Leonard.

Weekly Roundup: Cannes Report - Projections and Reflections on the Croisette

Benedetta: It was sweltering on the Croisette this past week, where perennial bad boy and octogenarian Dutch director Paul Verhoeven (Robocop, Basic Instinct) returned to crank it up a few more notches. It’s hard to know what to say about Benedetta. Predictably controversial, the opening act teeters into campy B-movie territory and then slyly shifts from gratuitous eye candy to subversive and substantive social history. Both loved and loathed, one thing is for sure: Verhoeven still knows how to push buttons. 

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