Posts by Glenn Heath Jr

A striking new film tackles racism in America from a unique perspective

By Glenn Heath Jr

Rat Film was one of many challenging documentaries to screen at the 2017 True/False Film Festival.

Creepy

By Glenn Heath Jr

Kiyoshi Kurosawa returns to form in this menacing and stylish psychological thriller.

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Blue Collar Blues – Southern identity and disillusionment in the cinema of Jeff Nichols

By Glenn Heath Jr

Each of the Arkansas director’s films addresses pressing social concerns affecting working-class white voters.

Heart of a Dog

By Glenn Heath Jr

It’s impossible not to be charmed by Laurie Anderson’s reflective canine essay film.

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The Pearl Button

By Glenn Heath Jr

Master doc maker Patricio Guzmán returns with a stunning look at our destructive relationship with Earth.

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The many faces of the Coen brothers

By Glenn Heath Jr

A look back at some classic mugs inhabiting the weird and wonderful cinematic universe of Joel and Ethan Coen.

Jem and the Holograms

By Glenn Heath Jr

This anthemic adaptation of the popular ’80s cartoon doubles as an insightful commentary on the internet age.

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When Harry Met Sally… (1989)

By Glenn Heath Jr

Nora Ephron and Rob Reiner’s seminal rom-com remains as fresh and feisty as ever.

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Taxi Tehran

By Glenn Heath Jr

This lyrical, on-the-fly road movie about the cinematic and poetic value of daily existence is a must see.

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Louder Than Bombs – first look review

By Glenn Heath Jr

The director of Oslo, August 31st returns with an affecting English-language debut.

Ida

By Glenn Heath Jr

A bracing and powerful drama about cultural roots and the nature of identity from director Pawel Pawlikowski.

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La Belle et la Bête (1946)

By Glenn Heath Jr

Jean Cocteau’s ravishing and erotic masterwork is restored as part of BFI’s huge survey of Gothic cinema.

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It’s Such a Beautiful Day

By Glenn Heath Jr

The first feature film from Austin-based animation powerhouse, Don Hertzfeldt, is a rapturous joy to behold.

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Hitchcock

By Glenn Heath Jr

The Master of Suspense gets his very own glib and psychologically-stilted Wiki-biopic.

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