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.
“How To Talk To Girls At Parties” is winning, expressive and contains at least one transcendent moment of glam-punk musical theater. But does it have the legs to be a cult hit? Based on a Neil Gaiman short story, John Cameron MItchell’s new film opens Friday, June 1 at Cinema 21.
As a priest reckoning with the world’s destruction, Ethan Hawke delivers a career-best performance in Paul Schrader’s powerful return to form. “First Reformed” opens Thursday, May 31 at Regal Fox Tower.
Is Mr. Pickles evil? Sure he talks in ancient evil languages to other ghosts and demons and has a party-lair for the dead under his doghouse. But he’s so darn lovable.
The chirping jingle preceding each screening created its own small tradition at the 39th annual…
Summer is upon us again, and that means blockbusters. The season for door-busting, explosive epics…
Film is about the representation, or perhaps, misrepresentation of reality. What is reality? How can…