Film Reviews and Press

Cambridge Day: “Coronavirus edition 50: Valentine’s Day movies, DocYard and Brattle picks, and ‘Minari’ arrives”

Boston Herald: “‘Minari’ captures family’s quest for the American Dream”

Harvard Magazine: “Missed Some of 2020’s Best Films?”

The Harvard Gazette: “We’ll always have ‘Casablanca’”

Cambridge Day: “Coronavirus edition, XLIX: February movie slate includes Boston Sci-Fi fest, art doc, Brattle trio”

Boston Globe: “Film audiences watch audiences in films in ‘Have You Seen My Movie?’”

The Arts Fuse Film Review: “Psycho Goreman” – The Gory Adventures of Luke and Mimi”

Cambridge Day: “‘True Mothers’: Happy family, unhappy prospect of a birth mother returning with second thoughts”

The Arts Fuse: “Film Review: Powerful Testimony from Mexico — ‘I Am No Longer Here’ and ‘Identifying Features'”

The Artery: “Wryly Funny Film ‘You Will Die At Twenty’ Navigates The Space Between Worldliness And Godliness”

Cambridge Day Reviews ‘Identifying Features’ and ‘Spoor’

The Arts Fuse: “Shelter in Place Attractions: January 24 through February 9 — What Will Light Your Home Fires”

Boston Hassle Review: ‘Psycho Goreman’

Boston Herald: “‘Identifying Features’ powerful, poignant visionary work”

CapRadio: “Polish Thriller ‘Spoor’ Is A Pulpy Murder Story — And A Utopian Fable”