“High Life,” the first English film from Claire Denis, is playing now at Fox Tower. The Robert Pattinson space-mystery is what you make of it.
Author: Chance Solem-Pfeifer
Don’t go taking your grandparents, but the latest from Gaspar Noé is the French provocateur’s most electric, digestible film yet. It opens Friday, March 8 at Cinema 21.
One of the year’s best films, Lee Chang-dong’s “Burning” pokes at the unknowable voids within a relationship triangle. See it now at Regal Fox Tower.
“Boy Erased” is a carefully, tenderly made drama about surviving gay conversion therapy, but why doesn’t it feel like focusing on its main character? The Lucas Hedges-starring adaptation of Garrard Conley’s memoir opens Nov. 9 at Cinema 21.
Actor and now director Paul Dano discusses his new film “Wildlife,” Carey Mulligan’s remarkable performance therein, and how Paul Thomas Anderson taught him to be patient. “Wildlife” opens Nov. 1 at Fox Tower in Portland.
Is the mere idea of a stylish, youthful A24 film enough to make a good movie? “Never Goin’ Back” tests the limits of that question and opens Friday, Aug. 10 at Fox Tower.
Longtime Portland director Gus Van Sant discusses his new film ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot,’ what it’s like when Joaquin Phoenix is obsessing over a character, and that time he almost lost his crew on ‘Drugstore Cowboy.’
Cringeworthy in all the right junior-high ways, “Eighth Grade” opens July 26 at Regal Fox Tower.
“Winter’s Bone” director Debra Granik discusses her understated new survival film “Leave No Trace,” filmed partially in Forest Park.
The new documentary “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” cements the sainthood of Fred Rogers and the value of empathy as a life’s work. It opens Friday at Cinema 21.