This Oscar contender gets grief right.
Pop culture loves catharsis. In film after film we’re presented with characters suffering with a burden that, in one pivotal moment, is lifted from them so they can go forward renewed. It’s a formula that makes for great drama; in real life...
Reichardt puts women in the driver's seat for story of substance.
Reviewed at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival: Kelly Reichardt’s work occupies and is preoccupied by the intersection of American lives and American landscapes. From her 2006 breakout Old Joy, which follows an Oregon trek undertaken by...