The wildly ambitious romantic comedy Amira & Sam has a lot of things to say but never focuses on one long enough to make an impact.
We spoke with director Sean Mullin about his debut film Amira & Sam and what went into making the unlikely central couple of the film feel authentic.
Josh Oakley puts his finger on Appropriate Behavior's deliberate use of physical contact.
Instead of beating the drum of what LBJ did or didn't say or the film's Oscar prospects, let’s take a look at some of the things we should be talking about when we talk about Selma.
Cut Print Film sat down with Ethan Hawke and the Spierig Brothers to discuss Predestination, Hawke's work with Boyhood director Richard Linklater, and more.
Predestination winds up being a time-travel film about identity that struggles to find its own.
Before he was Birdman, Michael Keaton came back from the dead as a snowman in JACK FROST, today's film in 12 Flops of Christmas
Josh Oakley examines time's endless march forward through the lens of two of 2014's most ambitious films: Interstellar and Boyhood.
David Fincher's films are made up of characters eternally in search of the truth. Josh Oakley follows this thread from Fincher's early work up to his latest critically acclaimed film, Gone Girl
Josh Oakley explores the hauntingly beautiful worlds of the stop-motion animation house Laika.
With Adam Driver set to blast off into superstardom in next year's Star Wars sequel, we take a closer look at some of the actor's performances in the early stages of his career.