Ahead of their documentary film Spaces of Exception’s premiere in Lebanon at Sursock Museum, directors Matt Peterson and Malek Rasmany sit down with Reel Rambler’s Ayman Makarem to talk about the film and their project, The Native and the Refugee.… Read More Identity as struggle, struggle as identity: a Q&A with the directors of ‘Spaces of Exception’
Ahead of Sundance Fim Festival premiere on January 26, check out the trailer for the long-anticipated Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile!… Read More Zac Efron is Ted Bundy in ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile’ trailer
When people first caught wind of a film about Beirut being made by a major Hollywood studio, a combination of excitement and worry filled the air with many wondering whether or not the film, titled Beirut, would accurately represent the country. Early in January, however, the prospects of that depiction became bleak with the release… Read More ‘Beirut’ updates: has our backlash made a difference?
Directed by Greta Gerwig, Lady Bird has been making headlines left and right leading up to its release. Most recently, the film scored 165 positive reviews on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, surpassing Toy Story 3‘s 163 reviews, making it the best 100%-rated film on the website, and therefore the best reviewed movie ever made Lady… Read More Lady Bird just became the best reviewed movie ever made
When Moonlight historically won the Best picture statuette at last year’s Academy Awards, it was celebrated for a number of reasons, one of which was being the first independent film to claim the coveted title. Moonlight’s win was predicted a few months prior when it won Best Feature at the 2016 Gotham Awards, the awards… Read More ‘Call Me By Your Name’, ‘Get Out’ win top honours at 2017 Gotham Awards