Tag: The Passion of Joan of Arc

The Passion of Joan of Arc Essay - 1928 Movie

The Face of Faith: Falconetti, Dreyer and ‘The Passion of Joan of Arc’

“Today, what survives is a film of exquisite poise, of fleshly tenderness against concrete cruelty, an evocative warmth against the coldness of Joan’s formidable suffering.”

The Comfort of Shared Pain: Ingmar Bergman’s ‘Scenes from a Marriage’

“Bergman doesn’t need tricks because the simplicity of what he’s presenting will cut you to the core if you open yourself up and let it in.”

Vague Visages Is FilmStruck: Marshall Shaffer’s #FilmStruckFebruary

Marshall Shaffer Reflects on a Full Month of FilmStruck