Two directorial debuts worth adding to your last-minute festival agenda.
Three great documentaries for viewing virtually and in-person at Heartland.
A searing, thoughtful piece of conversation populated with impeccable performances.
Hirokazu Kore-eda crafts a lovingly complex spiritual successor to Shoplifters.
My interview with Ryan Whitaker, the director and writer of Surprised by Oxford.
A film with plenty of wonderful elements, but too many ideas at play.
My interview with Linh Tran, the director and co-writer of Waiting For the Light to Change.
Three more films of varying genres and successes worth checking out at Heartland.
If you’re in the mood for something spooky, these Heartland Horror selections will do the trick.
Three directorial debuts worth recommending.
My interview with writer/director Leah Bleich on her directorial debut, The Moon and Back
2022’s Heartland Film Festival kicks off with three solid entries available to watch virtually and in-person.