• MVP 2: Most Vertical Primate

    MVP 2: Most Vertical Primate


    Still holds up.

  • Murder Trip

    Murder Trip

    As an intellectual I was able to identify the direct references to the story of Oedipus Rex.

  • Nobody


    Well the news today seems a bit surreal. While we never shared the same exact views on film-making there is no doubt you were passionate in your craft and the immense love you had for cinema. I've briefly interacted with you on letterboxd, a film server, and facebook and you've always been the kindest person I have ever known online. I was proud to call you my friend. I hope you rest well knowing that the art you created in your own vision and love will be here forever for others to enjoy.

    - James L.

  • The Approach of Autumn

    The Approach of Autumn


    The depressing and realistic portrayal of children young and naive in this world but trying their hardest to understand it.

  • Nothing But a Man

    Nothing But a Man


    "I think if you tried living in a town like this instead of running free and easy you'd soon change your tune."

    "I doubt it."

  • Singing Behind Screens

    Singing Behind Screens


    A Post Modern film about pirates directed by Olmi. That should be all you need to be persuaded into watching this.

  • By the Law

    By the Law


    The dismantling of a community and the ongoing efforts and attempts to rebuild while preserving their moral compass. The world slowly crumbles around them. All alone...

  • Another Girl Another Planet

    Another Girl Another Planet


    ♫ Dancing on the Moon ♫

  • A Special Day

    A Special Day


    "if anything, fascism is anti-me"

    The camera glides smoothly and slowly over these apartments which sets the stage for the entire film. Taking place shortly before WW2 with the alliance of both Germany and Italy the combined military forces and its figures are idolized. A soon to be total war with all efforts, resources, and materials drained for the cause. The colors are dimmed and only the flags are brought forth and have attention drawn towards them. The radio broadcasts…

  • Apache Drums

    Apache Drums


    Taking the established brittle and fragile community and forcing them into a situation during the final act where their cooperation is vital else they must accept their inevitable fate, together. Observing those who choose to accept their fate in what seems to be the final hours of their lives is moving both from the community and the Apaches themselves. Beautifully shot with gorgeous use of technicolor alongside tackling the themes of morals and the essence of belonging makes Apache Drums nothing short of brilliant.

  • Still Walking

    Still Walking


    "That's why we invite him."

  • The Edge of the World

    The Edge of the World


    The hills of Scotland...