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Victoria Alexander’s TOP 10 FOR 2018

BORDER. My number 1 film for 2018 is BORDER. The film is directed by Ali Abbasi from the short story Gräns by John Aivide Lindqvist (who wrote the sensational novel Let the Right One In). Abbasi, Lindqvist and Isabella Eklöf wrote the screenplay. … Continue reading

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Rob Goald’s 10 BEST  MOVIES OF 2018

2018 was a year  that saw substantial changes  in the film business . It was a year in which Netflix became a major player, Marvel unleashed  a black super hero and Spike Lee a black Klansman.. It was a year documentaries (Monrovia, Indiana) did very … Continue reading

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Christopher Llewellyn Reed’s Top 10 Films of 2018

Whereas last year I only listed fiction films among my Top 10 for this site, this year I have split my choices evenly between documentaries and narratives, picking 5 of each from my Top 10 in those respective categories. If … Continue reading

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Victoria Alexander reviews The Rider

Zhao has created a charismatic star and a brilliant – must see twice – view of a powerful segment of American life. Writer-director Chloe Zhao has taken an outsider’s view into the world of rodeo horse riding in Pine Ridge, … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Rider

The Rider – **** OUT OF 4 Chloe Zhao (“Songs My Brothers Taught Me”) is a Beijing-born Chinese writer, director and producer who resides in the United States and studied political science at Mount Holyoke College and film production at NYU. … Continue reading

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The Sixth Annual Annapolis Film Festival Showcases Another Strong Lineup

Over four days, beginning March 22 and ending March 25, the 2018 Annapolis Film Festival screened 80+ films, a mix of documentary and narrative, shorts and features. I was only able to watch 8 of the latter (and none of … Continue reading

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