As AAPI Heritage Month kicks off, so too does the 38th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, highlighting the best and brightest of Asian Pacific cinema from May 5—13, 2022.
Actor Casey Thomas Brown shares ten of his favorite conversational character studies as his latest film, Megan Griffiths’ I’ll Show You Mine, premieres at the Seattle International Film Festival.
Whether you’re one of the lucky few hitting the Croisette for the most glamorous festival of the year, or perusing all of the hot takes coming fresh out of each screening from your couch at home, there’s nothing quite like the feverish thrill of the Cannes Film Festival. With today’s announcement of the 2022 selection, we take a look at ten things we’re most excited for.
Riley Keogh’s feature directing debut! Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Broker! The 2022 Festival de Cannes lineup is here and film lovers are showing up for it.
Austin correspondent Annie Lyons boogies down at the in-person premiere for Cooper Raiff's Sundance award winning sophomore feature, with Dakota Johnson, Vanessa Burghardt and more along for the ride.
SXSW correspondent Isaac Feldberg checks in with The Cellar writer and director Brendan Muldowney about one of his favorite shots out of this year’s SXSW Midnighters lineup.
Austin correspondent Annie Lyons is back on the red carpet for the world premiere of Halina Reijn’s horror-comedy with a star-studded cast of Letterboxd faves, including MVP (and Letterboxd member!) Rachel Sennott.
Letterboxd correspondent Annie Lyons chats with Austin fave Richard Linklater at the SXSW premiere of his new nostalgia trip set during the days of the space race.
As the 2022 South by SouthWest Film Festival gets underway, we investigate the personalities, film tastes and need-to-know details of this year’s filmmaking crop, with just three questions. In this edition: Colin West, writer and director of Linoleum.
With thanks to Denis Eremeev for compiling this list and description:
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The feature lineup of the 2022 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, running from May 5—13, 2022. With thanks to…
Cannes 2022: The Full Lineup 101 films
Our thanks to Sean Liu for compiling the list and keeping it updated.
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SXSW 2022: Festiville Crew Favorites 11 films
The Festiville team's top picks from the 29th SXSW Film Festival, as selected by our SXSW correspondents Annie, Isaac, Leo…
The Festiville team's top picks from the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival, as selected by our Berlinale correspondents Alicia, Leo…
2022 SXSW Film Festival 185 films
The full lineup of the 2022 SXSW Film Festival, running from March 11—20, 2022.
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Leo Koziol 18 films
ChiFilmFest 87 films
British Film Institute 238 films
A gorgeously directed and beautifully written film about an immigrant Nanny finding the power to take back her life. The drive of the movie is watching Aisha, the main character trying to bring her son to America from Senegal. We watch as her job slowly takes up her entire life but she never, EVER, loses sight of her mission. It’s such a beautiful story because it’s so often that immigrant mothers move to America to live the “American Dream”, working…
There’s a lingering effect happening here that I’m calling “After After Yang.” Kogonada opened a door to some of my most repressed fears in a way that has left me feeling curious, patient, and in this moment, a little less afraid.
This is a stellar tell-most study. It would be nice if the reporting and editing here got some awards love.
Naturally the recollections and footage alike are disquieting and sometimes harrowing. But the arc of the slow, mostly fruitless attempts at progress and real rehabilitation is so gripping that this is a quite easy watch for me.
There's material for more hours, I'm sure, but the firm two hours makes it leave packing a punch given what's contained in the…
Attica is a gut wrenching examination of the uprising at Attica Prison and the massacre committed by law enforcement. It only happened fifty years ago.
I don’t normally give trigger warnings but the last half hour of this is horrific. It’s hell on earth. It reminded me of footage I’ve seen from the concentration camps from World War II. Yet this happened here in the supposed land of the free. It didn’t happen during a war or in formerly confederate…
This documentary is an absolute delight. Her story is already pretty interesting and they do a great job of covering most of the important details in what felt like a very comprehensive package (I knew very little about Julia going into this). It was also great (and extremely hunger-inducing) how they intercut modern footage using extreme closeups of delicious looking food from her recipes in slow motion with the older footage.
The real surprise here was how unexpectedly funny Julia…
Scad Fest #1
Did not expect one of the most moving scenes of 2021 to be Julia Child taking a pan off its hanger
I loved Free Solo so much it basically reinvigorated my interest in documentaries, so it's no surprise that I loved The Rescue, in which directors Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin deliver 114 minutes of PURE STRESS as they chronicle the Thai cave rescue from 2018. Unlike Free Solo and Meru, however, they weren't shooting the action as it occurred, but a treasure trove of footage from inside the cave combined with skillfully integrated reenactments—by the real-life participants—presumably shot by…