Film

Arts & Culture Film
Raymond A. Schroth March 15, 2017
François Ozon directs a parable set in the years immediately following World War I.
Arts & Culture Film
Eve Tushnet March 10, 2017
Under the jump scares and the improvised weapons “Get Out” is subtle and disturbing.
Arts & Culture Film
Eloise Blondiau March 10, 2017
Louis Theroux's curiosity, open-mindedness and consternation is exactly why his films are successful; he will never run out of questions.
Arts & Culture Film
Teresa Donnellan March 04, 2017
More “The Breakfast Club” than “Bridesmaids,” “Table 19” is sweet, fun and poignant.
Arts & Culture Film
Eric Sundrup, S.J. March 02, 2017
In "The Shack," a grieving father struggles to come to terms with the abduction and murder of his youngest daughter.
Arts & Culture Film
Gregg Mozgala February 28, 2017
A number of the Oscar winners and nominees have played disabled characters, but only two of them identified as disabled.