Tag: Sony Pictures Classics
Change is an omnipresent aspect of our lives. We grow together. We grow apart; we’re born, die, and born again. Our experiences define who we are; this is our collective humanity. With global events of the past three years shaping
As seen far too often in the current media landscape, films have had to sit idly by as audiences remained sheltered due to the pandemic. As we move about the world, we have to find our footing again with other
Bear with me as I indulge for a few minutes in the cinema of Pedro Almodóvar. His camerawork, his characters, the locations. These aspects and more inform the dynamic realism that his films portray. Madres Paralelas (Parallel Mothers) continues that
Julia, the documentary from Julie Cohen and Betsy West genuinely excels at honoring its subject, Julia Child, her impact on everyday lives and honors their subject and her life. Now in theatres.
The Lost Leonardo imbues greed, using money and power to obfuscate a long-lost Da Vinci painting, Salvator Mundi. The innovative doc asks a lot of questions and feels like a modern heist film.
Nine Days, Edson Oda’s feature-length debut asks a lot of questions of the meaning of life without fully realizing the substance behind the answers. Now in the theaters.
12 Mighty Orphans is the story of a coach who was destined for greatness as he builds a football team at a Texas high school in the 1940s. Featuring a strong cast, including Luke Wilson, Martin Sheen, Robert Duvall and Treat Williams, 12 Mighty Orphans will capture your heart as much as it captured the attention of a nation. Now in theaters.
The Human Factor is an in-depth look into the Middle East peace process over a 30 year period. It is told from the perspective of the front line diplomats.
‘The Climb’: It Might Not Be Enough to Get You Into a Theatre, But You’ll Be Glad You Watched It at Home.
The Climb Directed by: Michael Angelo Covino Written by: Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin Starring: Kyle Marvin, Michael Angelo Covino, Gayle Rankin, Talia Balsam, George Wendt, Judith Godréche “The Climb” is one of the many, varied reasons I got