Once a month, I dedicate a post to a cinematic staple I should have seen a long time ago. Some of my film-loving friends join me for the project and their posts are linked. If you are a film writer yourself, feel free to join in at any time!
Ozu looks at a traditional life, and potentially condemns it as an option.
Care to give me 10 for 17?
After so many grand stories, it's time for something intimate. And after so much globetrotting, it's time to come back home.
Some things never change, even a century later.
When a beautiful place is still hell, it's uplifting to think one can write their way out.
Making assumptions, questioning pure science, and getting assists from remakes. All in one month's work for a Blindspot entry.
The sensuality and forgiveness of film, as only Antonioni could provide.
Powell and Pressburger remind us that conflict used to be more civilized, and every stuffed-shirt has a tale to tell.