Tag: Ang Lee

Dead Kennedys at TIFF 2017: The Rise of a New Zeitgeist

“Step aside, LBJ, your time in the spotlight is done.”

Review: Ang Lee’s ‘Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk’

“Ultimately, Ang Lee delivers a smart war film that offers a great deal of empathy to its social actors while still remaining critical of imperialist impulses in American culture.”

Why Criticism: The Tale of the Festival Film

A Column on Film Criticism by Justine A. Smith

‘Indignation’ Has a Palpable Humanity to Its Fury

“Where Indignation deviates a little from its otherwise classical trappings is in its structure.”

The Conversation: Introduction and Mike Nichols’ ‘The Graduate’

A conversation on cinema between film critics Drew Morton, Landon Palmer and Justine A. Smith.

SANFIC 11: Kill (f)or Love: Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s ‘The Assassin’

Jaime Grijalba on Santiago Festival Internacional de Cine