Tag: Andrei Tarkovsky

Review: Alex Garland’s ‘Annihilation’

“‘Annihilation’ is far from indecipherable, as it counts on its ability to be understood.”

Vague Visages Writers’ Room: Weekend Vibes 2.23.18

Weekend Vibes is a Friday column about streaming recommendations, new release hype and entertainment events. 

New York Film Festival Review: Paul Schrader’s ‘First Reformed’

“The multi-hyphenate filmmaker’s latest seems to anticipate dissection: its formal austerity belies a haphazard, literary-minded indulgence.”

‘Rat Film’: Light and Dirt, Cinema and Rodents

“The past informs the present.”

Hidden Gems of Soviet Cinema: On Sergei Loznitsa’s IDFA Top 10

“Now free to travel, these films now face the trouble of traveling well.”

Uncovering the Mysteries of Andrei Tarkovsky’s ‘Stalker’

“‘Stalker’ is less concerned about the actual plight of these men and more about the philosophical questions their journey brings to the forefront.”

Vague Visages Is FilmStruck: Jeremy Carr on Andrei Tarkovsky’s ‘Solaris’

“The film goes beyond strict and narrow generic classification and touches upon something universal, something profound about undying affection and the unreliability of reality.”

IFFR 2017 Review: Sophie Goyette’s ‘Mes nuits feront écho’

“We can’t always get what we want, but ‘Mes nuits feront écho’ shows that, in our dreams, we are in charge.”

Vanishing Waves Movie Review - 2012 Kristina Buozyte Film

Sensory Deprivation and Cinema: A Chat with Kristina Buožytė and Bruno Samper of ‘Vanishing Waves’

Q.V. Hough Interviews Directors Kristina Buožytė and Bruno Samper