Saturday, March 30, 2013

New Directors/New Films and Other "New" Stuff

As these posts have become less and less frequent, the number of links becomes more and more unwieldy - for which all due apologies. This latest round-up contains a diverse lot of work, ranging from my coverage of New Directors/New Films (and the smaller First Time Fest) to a critical essay on the films of Sally Potter to reviews of such hot new movies as Spring Breakers. It's all below. Enjoy!

Spring Breakers (Slant)
21 and Over (Slant)
Molly's Theory of Relativity (Slant)
The Silence (Slant)
Everybody Has a Plan (Slant)
Dorfman in Love (Village Voice)
Future Weather (Village Voice)
Girl Rising (Village Voice)
Northeast (Village Voice)
If I Were You (Time Out New York)

Festival Coverage
New Directors/New Films Intro (Slant)
The Act of Killing (ND/NF) (Slant)
Rengaine (ND/NF) (Slant)
The Shine of the Day (ND/NF) (Slant)
Towheads (ND/NF) (Slant)
First Time Fest (Indiewire)

Other Work
Why "Ginger and Rosa" is Sally Potter's Best Film (Indiewire)
Lincoln, Obama and a House Divided (Indian Express)
Profile of Mynette Louie (Variety)
Review of J. Hoberman's Film After Film (Cineaste - print only)

Monday, February 18, 2013

New (and Not So New) Stuff

It's been a very long time since my last set of linkthroughs, so without (too much) further ado, here's a set of links to my work from the last... however long it's been since my previous post. I got to tackle an awards contender and reconsider a pair of classics for Little White Lies and to take on a variety of films of disparate quality for a variety of other publications.

Life of Pi (Little White Lies)
The Earrings of Madame De... (Little White Lies)
Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (Little White Lies)
A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III (Slant)
Broken City (Slant)
The Taste of Money (Slant)
Girls Against Boys (Slant)
My Best Enemy (Slant)
Supporting Characters (Village Voice)
The Pirogue (Village Voice)
High Tech, Low Life (Village Voice)
$ellebrity (Village Voice)
Let Fury Have the Hour (Indiewire)
Stolen Seas (Time Out New York)