Nominated for a Best Live Action Short Oscar, the powerful, suspenseful Just Before Losing Everything was too easy to miss—but we won’t let you.
If you can’t make it down for Mardi Gras, Les Blank’s film distills the soul and spirit of what it means to celebrate life and death in New Orleans down to 58 beautiful minutes.
Jackie McLean on Mars captures the jazz giant’s all-too-clear thoughts on JFK, Sun Ra, the conspiracy to silence jazz and the Big-Mac mentality of life here on Mars.
Moscow On The Hudson showed the hopes and realities of American immigrants through Robin Williams’ most touching performance.
Kurosawa’s hidden masterpiece isn’t a samurai epic. It’s a cop film. And if you’ve ever binge-watched The Wire or Law & Order, you’re in for one hell of a time.
Chaplin’s plea for unity was dismissed the first time the world needed to hear it. Let’s not make that mistake again.