Despite its somewhat scattered nature, Dear Ex skillfully finds comedy in family drama.
Francis Lee’s followup to God’s Own Country is a moody and atmospheric -if oddly cold and passionless- period love story.
Part coming of age, part teenage romance, part period piece, part queer study, Your Name Engraved Herein excels in its atmosphere and its weaving of the personal and the political.
Fun, heartwarming, and VERY smartly dressed, Happiest Season is the perfect holiday movie for this gray winter.
François Ozon combines summer romance, teenage love story and coming of age in this beautiful film.
A delicate, if at times cold, character-driven tale of hardship and acceptance.
There’s something here for you if you love dialogue-heavy dramas, but this play doesn’t quite click.
End of the Century is not as impactful as it could have been, but it builds an evocative atmosphere that explores the road not travelled.
Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen is a fantastic documentary about trans representation in film and TV.
An enjoyable tale of friendship and longing with two immensely likable protagonists -weighed down by a messy last act.