Tag:movie

Kinodämmerung Bellaria | Twilight of the Movie Houses

Vienna’s temple of movie nostalgia, the legendary Bellaria cinema, has gone dark. Energetic rescue attempts are going on behind the screen, but a happy end is not yet in sight.

Baby Boomers Revolt in The Leisure Seeker

A bittersweet reflection on old age, held afloat by stellar performances.We’re not getting any younger, as the saying goes, and for die-hard bab...

Horror Clown Pennywise Strikes Again in the new Remake of It

A new adaptation of Stephen King's signature novel once again proves that parents and clowns are children's worst nightmare Traumatizing children and...

Vienna is the City of Spies in a new Thriller

A film crew captures Vienna’s clandestine allure for the espionage thriller City of SpiesThe backdrop certainly isn’t reassuring: I’m in front o...

Riding the Shōchiku New Wave at Filmmuseum

Societal upheaval, as shown by Japanese cinema.Influenced by the French nouvelle vague and a budding generation gap as postwar children came of ...

Illustrating the World of an Autistic Child in Life, Animated

An intimate story of an autistic boy changed by Disney movies.A plea for the astounding powers of moving pictures, the documentary Life, Animate...

Love, Friendship, Drama

Seduction and manipulation are at the heart of Whit Stillman’s period dramaTranslating written correspondence into a seamless narrative, Love and ...

Join the Horror Movie Marathon!

The golden age of horror comes back... from the dead!It was 1931 when horror film legend Bela Lugosi donned Dracula’s soon-to-be signature cape an...

Egon Schiele – Portrait of the Artist

Egon Schiele – Death and the Maiden paints a picture of flawed genius.It’s always challenging to portray a beloved historical figure. Striking a b...

The Light Between Oceans

The moral dilemmas of M.L. Stedman's best-selling novel brought vividly on screenDirector Derek Cianfrance’s (The Place Beyond the Pines) exquisit...
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