+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Once Upon A Time in Hollywood is less concerned with “hanging out” than it is with hanging on, though it's not without its, um, complications.
It’s summer. Theaters are air-conditioned. Tony Stark is dead. Popcorn is tasty. There’s a new Spider-Man movie.
Good for Pixar for making a kid’s movie about retirement. It’s a natural end to the saga and a brave storytelling choice, likely to irk many fans expecting a reiteration of the usual theme.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters is at its best when it is approaching ideas of the divine.
Outrageously funny and thrilling, Parasite is best experienced with as little foreknowledge of the narrative and premise as possible.
Young Ahmed boldly and effectively raises complex ethical and political questions without giving simple answers while still offering a sense of genuine hope.
If you could feel happy all the time, what would you be willing to give up? Your integrity? Your freedom? Your own child?
Diop is the first black woman to have a film in competition at Cannes, and her debut feature is the work of a confident, perceptive filmmaker.
Kutter talks to John Chester, filmmaker and farmer, who launched Apricot Lane Farms with his wife Molly, about his just released documentary, The Biggest Little Farm.
The Biggest Little Farm offers a new way of seeing and thus understanding our relationship with the soil beneath our feet. In doing so, it doesn’t merely function like a parable of the kingdom.
I realize there is an outside chance you are reading this wondering if Avengers: Endgame is worth your time. I thought it was great, top-tier MCU. I laughed. I cried. I found it to be an emotionally s
Less journalist, more intimate, the film dares to take Scientology seriously, at least as experienced by its members.
What connection exists between the artist and modern, industrial life? Can an artist produce great work while constrained by the immediacies of urban living, or must the true artist escape, a la the R
Finding Frances documents his attempt to help a former guest on his show, a Bill Gates impersonator named Bill Heath, find the girl he left behind fifty years before. They embark on a buddy road comed
Amazing Grace sells itself: a film, long unreleased because of technical issues, that documents two live Aretha Franklin performances (at the height of her fame) in a Baptist church in Los Angeles, th
As the title suggests, the footage in the film comes exclusively from one month – August 2017 in New York City. This restriction alone makes the film remarkable, because Story and her crew capture a r
The film seems to want us to reflect on the following thought: if there is something beyond the grave, then perhaps our lives are in fact meaningful.
Through the process of documentation, the film illuminates a very poignant testimonial theme. This theme is teased out and illuminated from three angles, through Jonas’ story, Paul and Sally’s experie