more by M. Faust
published on May. 31, 2018 8am
One of the best parts of writing about movies that you occasionally come across a film that moves you when you weren’t expecting it.
published on May. 22, 2018 7pm
A farmland noir, a Wim Wenders documentary, and Juliette Binoche.
published on May. 16, 2018 9am
Nickel City Con opens this weekend, and there are a bunch of films at the North Park you should put on your schedule.
published on May. 8, 2018 4pm
Surreal, mysterious, and emotionally gripping, Foxtrot is the best film I’ve seen so far this year, by a wide margin.
published on May. 2, 2018 7am
As an exploration of the corrosiveness of collective guilt, 1945 benefits from its leanness.
published on Apr. 25, 2018 9am
An academic working out his personal issues in a movie? Worrying, but not necessarily fatal.
published on Apr. 17, 2018 7pm
I have never seen a film by Stanley Tucci that I haven’t loved.
published on Apr. 13, 2018 7am
Two new films look back at World War I, in styles and perspectives that couldn’t be more different.
published on Apr. 4, 2018 12am
Donald Sutherland knocks a rare opportunity with a starring role out of the park, and gems appearing at North Park Theatre.