By James Chute, San Diego Union Tribune
Though youth cinema is by no means restricted to the biologically young, the ability to figure this tension from inside the experience of living it sets apart (as it always has) the best young
Former Yale professor and experimental filmmaker Standish Lawder GRD ’67 returned to campus Wednesday to receive the Film Studies Program’s annual award for a talented member of the field...
a grassroots film, conceived & written by the Karrabing Indigenous Corporation in conjunction with Liza Johnson, a US based director, myself & local Darwinites has been selected for the Berlina
among the cream of the crop of this year’s Contenders is a feature film by American performance and video artist turned filmmaker Liza Johnson.
Now in its fifteenth year, the mini-festival has returned larger than ever, ...Laida Lertxundi’s "A Lax Riddle Unit" (2011) also shows a series of gentle transformations.
It took some time...to allow Lertxundi’s film to bubble to the surface again, and when it did, it brought with it all of its precise, crystalline imagery, its loving, evocative use of music, and
"The Time We Killed" achieves a quiet power through rough-edged, handcrafted means.