Seven Stages is a film with a great idea on paper that never truly comes to fruition, which starts off silly and intriguing but slowly rolls off the tracks before getting completely lost by the end. It definitely has more than a few laughs, but don’t expect to achieve enlightenment with this one.
Song of Back and Neck would make for a perfect Netflix Original. It’s an inoffensive, slightly heartwarming comedy with a few recognizable names and a universally relatable plot about the stresses in our lives. Unfortunately, it’s also a fairly bland and forgettable affair, also perfect for Netflix viewing.
The Dark is a disturbing, yet oddly touching, feature debut from Justin P. Lange, and while it comes dangerously close to becoming dull at a few spots, it never completely loses its connection with the audience and deftly delivers a tragic, hopeful story about the resilience of human beings and the healing power of the positive connections we have to one another.
This film gets a strong recommend from me because, despite its rather predictable trajectory, there are enough new elements to keep the content fresh; the martyr theme is well earned; and its message of self-sacrifice is a lovely one.
Zombies and surreal visions dominated this year’s Tribeca Film Festival midnight lineup, with five genre titles exploring sleep deprivation, the undead in the Outback and the forest, suicide tubs, and a strange and murderous game of doctor.
The 2018 Tribeca Film Festival is coming to a close this weekend and today the audience award winners have been announced. Shawn Snyder’s To Dust won the feature narrative audience award and Dyana Winkler and Tina Brown’s United Skates won the audience
As we approach the final weekend for this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, the jury award winners have been announced. Kent Jones‘ Diane received the Founders Award for Best Narrative Feature with Marios Piperides’ Smuggling Hendrix winning Best International Narrative Feature.
A new clip has been released for Justin P. Lange‘s upcoming horror flick The Dark, which involves a young undead woman who befriends a young man in the forest that she roams around. The film stars Nadia Alexander, Toby Nichols, and Karl Markovics.
Tribeca has announced their full lineup for this year’s film festival, comprising of 96 films, 74 of which are world premieres. The 17th edition of the festival will run April 18th to the 29th in New York City.
Tribeca announced today that the opening film for their 2018 festival will be the documentary Love, Gilda, which takes a look at the life of the amazing Gilda Radner. The film is directed by Lisa D’Apolito and features interviews with Bill Hader, Amy