On Cinema With Tonatiuh Malanos-Rodriguez

On Cinema With Tonatiuh Malanos-Rodriguez

Why Film Festivals Are Still Essential for Filmmaking

The Sedona International Film Festival is back in town, and I reviewed some of its films the other day. As I said before, I have a great deal of respect for the festival, and I appreciate all the life and culture it’s breathed into the city (and state). And this brings an important point to

On Cinema With Tonatiuh Malanos-Rodriguez

The Father is the Greatest Horror Movie that I’ve Ever Seen

Just to clarify this right off the bat, I know that The Father isn’t really a horror movie. It’s an incredibly clever drama with psychological suspense themes not unlike that of Inception or Arrival. That said, it is a truly horrifying film. My less-than-flattering Nomadland article inspired me to continue the theme of reviewing the

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