The films recognized on Sunday stood out for their simultaneous mastery of narrative and innovative artistic expression.
Conrad is radically present in all of his endeavors, using his passion and creativity to challenge constructs of power, cinema, music and art.
Kelley and Williams aren’t here to force awe or judgment on the Griffiths — they’re just along for the ride.
Child’s film invites its audience to contemplate how we think about political disruptors nowadays.
The film contains no dialogue, no subtitles, no context. The viewer is submerged into director Jim Trainor’s hypothetical people-bug universe with no clue as to what is actually happening.
Though “Deidra & Laney” clearly knows exactly what it is and never strives to be anything else, it’s hard to say whether or not it really adds much to the many options of family entertainment that are already out there.
One isn’t better than the other — that’s not the point. But, together, Buffy the TV show and the Buffy movie demonstrate the two ways teen media can excel.
“It just felt like coming home.”
College students may find this movie more relatable than it seems.
Whether or not the world needs more hazing movies is a bit questionable.