Film

Arts & Culture Film
Karen RossJuly 21, 2017
“To the Bone,” which recently premiered on Netflix, tells the story of 20-year-old Ellen (Lily Collins), who is living with anorexia nervosa.
The image of a bedsheet ghost standing all alone in an empty house was something I was obsessed with.
Arts & Culture Film
Sean Salai, S.J.July 14, 2017
'The image of a bedsheet ghost standing all alone in an empty house was something I was obsessed with.'
Catherine Deneuve as Béatrice Sobolevski and Catherine Frot as Claire Breton in The Midwife. © Michaâl Crotto/Courtesy of Music Box Films
Arts & Culture Film
Raymond A. SchrothJuly 06, 2017
I am intrigued by new French films that dramatically apply religious principles without the mention of God.
 Masseto (Dave Franco) and Sister Fernanda (Aubrey Plaza) in “The Little Hours.” (photo: Sundance)
Arts & Culture Film
Eric Sundrup, S.J.June 29, 2017
If religious people get hung up on the cursing and the sex, we are missing an opportunity for conversation.
Emily (Zoe Kazan) and Kumail (Kumail Nanjiani) in "The Big Sick." Photo courtesy of Amazon Studios.
Arts & Culture Film
John AndersonJune 21, 2017
What “The Big Sick” gets at is how America undermines traditions from other countries, and always has.
Kate Micucci, Alison Brie and Aubrey Plaza in "The Little Hours" (photo: Sundance)
Arts & Culture Film
John AndersonJune 15, 2017
Surprise and outrage are two of the basic tools of comedy, and no one expects these sweet-looking sisters to sound like sailors.