Tag: Greta Gerwig

White Noise Review - 2022 Noah Baumbach Netflix Movie Film

London Film Festival Review: Noah Baumbach’s ‘White Noise’

“At its best, Noah Baumbach’s impressive and thoroughly decent adaptation of ‘White Noise’ interestingly discusses people’s relatable ownership of secrets yet complete inability to internalize them.”

Little Women 2019 Movie - Film Review

Review: Greta Gerwig’s ‘Little Women’

“Greta Gerwig continues to exercise her command of cinematic storytelling with ‘Little Women,’ a perfectly wrapped and beribboned Christmas gift as welcome as a steaming cup of cocoa after a frosty skate around the local frozen pond.”

Berlinale 2018 Review: Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’

“While messy in parts and offering more of a sprint than a narrative marathon, there is great heart and ferocious energy in this cartoonish caper.”

Lady Bird and the War of Innocence

“Maybe this war of innocence is one that’s never really won or lost. Maybe we just take life one battle at a time.”

“Well, Childhood’s Over” – Claiming Adulthood with Some Help from Greta Gerwig

An Essay by Marshall Shaffer

The Ideology of Kinko’s: A Conversation with ‘Lady Bird’ Cinematographer Sam Levy

Devika Girish Interviews Sam Levy

Todd Solondz Offers Surprising Homages to French Filmmakers in ‘Wiener-Dog’

“It can’t help but seem like there was one film about a dog bringing people together in light of troubled times, if only briefly, but then it was decided that there would also be a film about a dog being a prop for stories that his detractors would label as ‘autopilot Solondz.'”

Moving Picture: ‘Frances Ha’ and Me

An Essay by Kyle Turner

2015 in Review: Noah Baumbach’s ‘Mistress America’

“Mistress America revels in the romance of being young before carefully setting its characters back down into the real world.”

Review: Mia Hansen-Løve’s ‘Eden’

“It’s an era epic that’s both euphoric and melancholy, riveting despite running on the ever fleeting. It’s the new best film from one of the world’s greatest new directors.”