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Film, Reviews

Today is Yesterday’s Tomorrow in Marc Collin’s “Le Choc du Futur” | SXSW 2020 Review

I’m going to begin at the end.  Right before the credits roll on Marc Collin’s debut feature, Le Choc d...

By David Ginsburg | May 07, 2020
Film, Reviews

Tomorrow’s Workers Still Facing Automation in “Lapsis” | SXSW 2020 Review

Writer/director Noah Hutton predicts the future in his latest film Lapsis. He has taken an inevitable technological adva...

By David Ginsburg | April 04, 2020
Film

A Life of Hard Truths Explored in “I’ll Meet You There” | SXSW 2020 Review

Thanks to South by Southwest festival sending screeners I was finally able to view and now review writer/director Iram P...

By David Ginsburg | March 22, 2020
Film, Reviews

Daniel Radcliffe, The Internet, and a Bit of the Ultraviolence in “Guns Akimbo”

Guns Akimbo is a strange movie.  It’s a movie that could have been an utter disaster in the wrong hands and w...

By David Ginsburg | March 09, 2020
Film, Reviews

“Knives Out” is Old Style with New Attitude

“Knives Out” begins like any typical murder mystery. There’s a body, a detective and a bunch of suspec...

By Contributor | December 06, 2019