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REVIEWS

Movie Review: ‘Janet Planet’ is a Subtle Look At Memory and Time

Director: Annie BakerWriter: Annie BakerStars: Zoe Ziegler, Luke Philip Bosco, June Walker Grossman Synopsis: In rural Western Massachusetts, 11-year-old Lacy spends the summer of 1991 at home, enthralled by her own imagination...

Movie Review: ‘Copa ’71’ Sheds Light On An Unjustly Forgotten Story

Directors: James Erskine, Rachel RamsayWriters: James Erskine, Victoria Gregory, Rachel RamsayStars: Elvira Aracen, Brandi Chastain, Birte Kjerns Synopsis: Told by the pioneering women who participated, this is the extraordinary story of the 1971...

Interview with Elan Golod, Director of ‘Nathan-ism’

Jaylan Salah, after reviewing Nathan-ism briefly interviewed the director, Elan Golod. Jaylan Salah: What compelled you to take on this story?  Elan Golod: When I first stumbled upon an article about a retrospective exhibition...

Movie Review: ‘Bad Behaviour’ is Just Plain Bad

Director: Alice EnglertWriter: Alice EnglertStars: Jennifer Connelly, Alice Englert, Ana Scotney Synopsis: A former child actress seeking enlightenment at a retreat led by a spiritual leader navigates the close but turbulent relationship with...

Interview with Director Jeff Nichols

Director Jeff Nichols has become a big part of InSession Film Podcast lore as he's become one of our very favorite filmmakers working today. Long time listeners will know that Midnight Special...

Movie Review: ‘In The Summers’ Aches With Authenticity

Director: Alessandra Lacorazza SamudioWriter: Alessandra Lacorazza SamudioStars: Residente, Sasha Calle, Lio Mehiel Synopsis: On a journey that spans the formative years of their lives, two sisters navigate their loving but volatile father during...

Movie Review: ‘Iris et les Hommes’ Lacks Laughs

Director: Caroline VignalWriters: Caroline Vignal, Noémie de LapparentStars: Laure Calamy, Vincent Elbaz, Suzanne De Baecque Synopsis: Iris, a woman who has everything: a wonderful husband, two perfect daughters, a successful business - but...

Interview: Director Joel Potrykus and Actor Joshua Burge of ‘Vulcanizadora’

Prior to the world premiere of Vulcanizadora, I was able to sit down with multi-hyphenate filmmaker Joel Potrykus, and lead actor and longtime collaborator, Joshua Burge to discuss the film. During our...
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Chasing the Gold: Best Editing Shouldn’t Cut Out ‘The Fall Guy’

Editing is what makes movies really come to life. A static shot or a tracking shot can evoke a lot of emotion or wizardry...

Movie Review: ‘Janet Planet’ is a Subtle Look At Memory and Time

Director: Annie BakerWriter: Annie BakerStars: Zoe Ziegler, Luke Philip Bosco, June Walker Grossman Synopsis: In rural Western Massachusetts, 11-year-old Lacy spends the summer of...

Movie Review: ‘Copa ’71’ Sheds Light On An Unjustly Forgotten Story

Directors: James Erskine, Rachel RamsayWriters: James Erskine, Victoria Gregory, Rachel RamsayStars: Elvira Aracen, Brandi Chastain, Birte Kjerns Synopsis: Told by the pioneering women who participated,...

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Chasing the Gold: Best Editing Shouldn’t Cut Out ‘The Fall Guy’

Editing is what makes movies really come to life. A static shot or a tracking shot can evoke a lot of emotion or wizardry...

Interview: Director Joel Potrykus and Actor Joshua Burge of ‘Vulcanizadora’

Prior to the world premiere of Vulcanizadora, I was able to sit down with multi-hyphenate filmmaker Joel Potrykus, and lead actor and longtime collaborator,...

Chasing the Gold: Best Original Screenplay Should See the TV Glow

An original film can be anything from a new way to tell an old story to something entirely out there and unique. The out-of-there...

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