It is something of a wolf in sheep’s clothing, having slipped into Sundance’s documentary category, while it might be better suited in a category for docufiction. It’s a portrait of the artist at his most gloomily poetic and enticingly apocalyptic.
In some rock docs, the band or musician in question is largely absent, leaving peers and fans to talk about their own memories. Kathleen Hanna’s voice, however, is one that isn’t easily subsumed or substituted.
Julia Selinger reviews Sebastian Silva's road trip comedy, starring Michael Cera.
Julia Selinger highlights a few movies playing at the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend.
Double Exposure's repertory picks for the weekend.
In our Yearbook series, Double Exposure contributors share lists and essays that attempt to define their year in film. In this entry, Julia Selinger describes two movie watching experiences that defined her year.