The poll ballots of more than 50 filmmakers, including James Marsh, Alex Ross Perry and Terence Nance, who voted for their favorite movies of 2016.
Talkhouse Film contributors' favorite films of the year, with special contributions by David Lowery, Melanie Lynskey, Bill Plympton and more.
Pete's Dragon's director defends the reputation of Duncan Jones' much maligned sword-and-sorcery blockbuster (and another cinematic spectacle).
In bed with a cup of tea, having lunch or stifling a sneeze, Talkhouse Film contributors share their Sundance picks from Park City and beyond.
The latest cinematic version of The Scottish Play is a slowed-down, amped-up overpowering tapestry that wields much power beyond the Bard's language.
Watching a new work by a favorite director, the Texas filmmaker dwells on a long, suspended moment in this austere portrait of poverty.
Pondering the latest (disappointing) exploits of the half-shell heroes, and what kind of movies kids deserve and get.
“It’s always right now,” the young protagonist of Boyhood says in the final moments of the film...
I’ve been obsessing a bit over the fact that David Michôd’s new film, The Rover, takes place in the future. “10 Years After the Collapse”...
James Gray’s The Immigrant has had a rather prolapsed and still-not-complete journey to the big screen in the United States...