Tag: mirandajuly

Review: KAJILLIONAIRE, Oddball Charms and Genuine Emotion in Equal Measure

Evan Rachel Wood, Mark Ivanir, Gina Rodriguez and Debra Winger star in filmmaker Miranda July's latest comedy-drama.

Blu-ray Review: Criterion Welcomes ME AND YOU AND EVERYONE WE KNOW

As everything is going wonky in the world, it’s only fitting that July is early this year. Even more fitting that it’s not the month, but the filmmaking lady, Miranda July. It bears celebrating that quite recently this past spring,...

Montreal Nouveau 2019 Review: L.A. TEA TIME, The Journey is the Destination

All artists have their heroes: the ones whose work we admire, whose work likely inspired their own, and whom they would give a lot just to spend an hour with to better understand their hero and inspiration. Much of this...

Review: MADELINE'S MADELINE, Josephine Decker's Stunning Drama

The notion of authenticity can often get haphazardly tossed around when talking about cinema. Indeed, one's declaration of authenticity can tread a fine line with hyperbole. What are we really saying when we shout "this film is so authentic!" Authentic...

Sundance 2018 Review: MADELINE'S MADELINE Dances in the Delight and Dread of the Feminine Intuitive

Madeline's Madeline is what we mean when we talk about authentic cinema; pure cinema, brimming over with euphoria and empathy and a direct perspective of a human, both inside and out, mental and physical, that feels so complete as to be dizzying. revelatory

THE FUTURE Review

In 1992, Leonard Cohen saw The Future, and it was murder. Today, almost twenty years later, we can partake in Miranda July's vision of The Future, and see that while Cohen certainly wasn't wrong, the days to come aren't just...

MIFF11 - THE FUTURE Review

The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) is in its glorious 60th year and if the initial below is a review for just one of many diverse films screening. Two disenfranchised people in their mid 30's decide to adopt a sick...

THE FUTURE Review

A couple of weeks ago, I was having brunch with my wife at this German place we know. Some waitstaff's ipod mix was playing through the speakers and a familiar song caught our attention. It was 'Where the Streets Have...

SFF 2011 Day 5 - Trailer of the Day is THE FUTURE

Today's pick for the Sydney Film Festival Trailer of the Day is Miranda July's quirky THE FUTURE. Here's what the SFF Program says about the film: Captivating filmmaker, performer and video artist Miranda July embraces the beauty and absurdity...

Save the Cat in the Official Trailer for Miranda July's THE FUTURE

The official trailer has launched at Apple for Miranda July's adult angst indie The Future. The film, which co-stars Hamish Linklater alongside Ms. July, was a hit at Sundance where Roadside Attractions picked it up. While it's not Winter's Bone...

SXSW 2011: THE FUTURE Review

[With Miranda July's The Future now playing at SXSW we revisit Shelagh Rowan-Legg's previous review.]Miranda July has a fascination for strangers, and how the comforts of the ordinary life perhaps become so comfortable that our reaction is to break out...

Indie Comedy Auteur Miranda July Has An Eye On THE FUTURE

Writer-director-star Miranda July made a big impression with her 2005 debut Me And You And Everyone We Know, one of the more awkward romantic comedies of recent years, and now the auteur of clumsy relationships ends her lengthy hiatus with...