For Hyperallergic, I wrote about Sergei Loznitsa’s Victory Day (2018), his observational documentary on the Soviet nationalist holiday celebrated in Berlin’s Treptower Park.
For Hyperallergic, I reviewed Adirley Queirós’ Once There Was Brasília (2017), a lo-fi sci-fi film set in the tumultuous climate of present-day Brazil.
For Kinoscope, I reviewed Bruno Dumont’s metal musical, Jeannette: The Childhood of Joan of Arc.
For Hyperallergic, I reviewed Fabrizio Terranova’s documentary, Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival.
For the Village Voice, I wrote a few capsule reviews for several films playing at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival including: Charm City; Diane; Nico, 1988; and Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda.
For Hyperallergic, I reviewed Hlynur Pálmason’s first feature, Winter Brothers.
“Black Is the Color,” a 50-minute documentary, offers a survey of African-American art from 1867 to today. You can read my review at Hyperallergic.
For MUBI Notebook, I reviewed Hong Sang-soo’s Claire’s Camera.
For Cineaste, I reviewed Complete Film Criticism: Reviews, Essays, and Manuscripts, a mammoth anthology collecting James Agee’s writing on cinema. Despite the hefty price tag ($65 currently on Amazon), this is an essential volume and well worth the upgrade if you already own the Library of America edition.