Using Brandy Burre (The Wire) as the center point, Greene makes a blend of reality and fiction in this melodrama while blurring the line between person and character, her sense of reality and fiction is constantly being questioned.
So now it is the time to share with you my favorite films of 2014. It was a hard task to put this list together but I did it!
This year was extremely great when it comes to movies so let's go ahead and go over my list, ok?
What if your true gift is killing people? That is the premise of Jai-hong Juhn’s new movie Gifted (기프티드).
Yee Chih-yen, the Taiwanese director that brought us the successfully acclaimed film Blue Gate Crossing, does it again after a fourteen year cinema hiatus with his new feature Meeting Dr. Sun.
Mary is happy, Mary is happy' is the latest film by Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit, a quirky Thai flick that has a Wes Anderson flavor and it's a lot of fun.
In a post-apocalyptic world, where zombies have invaded and took over the world, we found ourselves locked in an apartment.
Alejandro Jodorowsky was born in 1929 in Tocopilla, a coastal town on edge of the Chilean desert, where this film was shot. It was there where he discovered the fundamentals of reality, as he underwent an unhappy and alienated childhood as part of an uprooted family.
L FOR LEISURE is an impressionistic, episodic comedy about laziness, wandering and wasting time. Hanging out with teenagers when you’re thirty, smoking nutmeg to get high and eating pie until you fall asleep.
Around midnight, a young couple and their transvestite maid prepare for an orgy. Their guests will be The Slut, The Star, The Stud and The Teen.
Tennis Pro is a struggling band from Seattle that decides to go to Japan as a last desperate attempt to take their careers off the rail.
Hitoshi Matsumoto's (Big Man Japan & Symbol) comedy-fantasy, R100, follows the life of the salesman Takafumi Katayama (Nao Omori) who is secretly into S&M.
Beautiful Josephine Decker's second film, Thou Wast Mild and Lovely, made through the support of Kickstarter, is a strange masterpiece to the viewer's eyes.
Chelsea McMullan’s documentary-musical, My Prairie Home is a deeper look on the life of transgender indie singer/songwriter Rae Spoon.
China is the first country to label internet addiction a clinical disorder. With extraordinary access, WEB JUNKIE investigates a Beijing rehabilitation center where Chinese teenagers are “deprogrammed,” focusing on three teens, their parents and the health professionals determined to help them kick their habit.
God Loves Uganda, Roger Ross Williams’ documentary portrait of the International House of Prayer’s (IHOP) efforts to spread the gospel in Uganda.
Peter Brunner’s debut feature My Blind Heart centers around an extremely complex character called Kurt (Christos Haas), a man suffering from Marfan Syndrome - an incurable illness which has left him almost completely blind.
Iram Haq’s debut film I Am Yours, tells the story of Mina (Amrita Acharia), a young Pakistani single mother living in Norway along with her 7-year-old son.
Viktoria, to me, was a punch in the gut. But one of those punches that slowly sinks in your stomach and leaves you aching for days. Maya Vitkova looks at Bulgaria and the dramatic changes that happened in 1979 through her main character Viktoria.
First feature-length production from writer-director Davi Pretto, Castanha, tells the story of 52-year-old João Carlos Castanha, who plays the actor of the same name.
Holiday, written and directed by Diego Araujo, tells the story of shy Juan Pablo (Juan Manuel Arregui) who during the Carnival holidays travels to his family house in the mountains of Ecuador.