Love Is Love: Peter Putzel Marries FilmStruck
“New York might have the physical structure where one can project themselves onto a city, but Los Angeles’ mutability allows people to graft their life into its cultural fabric.”
Marshall Shaffer’s 2nd annual #FilmStruckFebruary begins!
An Essay by Marshall Shaffer
“Haneke understands that people need images and videos to mediate reality, to provide a buffer zone between us and the messiness of death. Furthermore, it is not enough to be a passive consumer of this gaze.”
In the Vague Visages Writers’ Room on Facebook, freelancers were asked to comment about their favorite under the radar films of 2017. Enjoy!
TIFF 2017: ‘Dark River,’ ‘Jeannette: The Childhood of Joan of Arc,’ ‘Alanis,’ ‘Beast,’ ‘Occidental’
“Step aside, LBJ, your time in the spotlight is done.”
“Guillermo del Toro may very well be cinema’s reigning master of monster mythology.”
“Have they never heard of negative space?”