Pablo Berger’s first foray into animation is a quietly poignant tale of friendship and memory set in 1980s New York City.
Author: Larry Fried
The long-time director reunites with Paul Giamatti in one of the year’s best films, a sharp comedy that balances heartfelt drama.
Many have been stirred by Glazer’s pastoral take on Nazi life, but does obscuring their violence actually reckon with evil?
The Jersey-born documentarian returns to his roots to examine how time got away from him and his many passion projects.
Spanish animation duo Javier Mariscal and Fernando Trueba follow up ‘Chico and Rita’ with another journey through the world of Latin jazz.
Cory Finley’s third feature is a social satire that imagines the coming of extraterrestrial life closer to an economic recession.
Min, Maki, and Gevinson sat down with GVN Senior Critic Larry Fried to discuss working together on the film with director Randall Park.
Randall Park, known by most as Agent Jimmy Woo in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has stepped into the director’s chair with Shortcomings.
The German filmmaker’s latest begins as a quiet ensemble drama and unravels to be an attack on artistic narcissism.
Former ‘Sopranos’ star Kevin Interdonato debuts in the director’s chair with this grizzly, powerful crime thriller set in the Garden State.