MICHAEL BERGERON

‘The French’ Brings its A-Game

A world class documentary gets a second life. Most movie fans are unfamiliar with ...

Real Life

Make a documentary about yourself before you slip this mortal coil. That way you ...

Shape shifting on all screens at once

Every culture nourishes the myth of undersea creatures that take human shape – the ...

Still aging after all these years

A restored film by a celebrated filmmaker about ageism arrives a day late and ...

Blu-ray slight return: Voices in the night

In the 1940s certain British films used a score that constantly repeated a piano ...

Cinema of Cruellaty

Movie theaters have forsaken the art film audience and now cater directly to the ...

Standing on the shoulders of giants

Never realized visions come to life through artist’s drawings. There comes a time in ...

Parallax View gets second glance

“I was paid $50 a week as an AFI intern to be on set.” ...

1971 under microscope

If you were alive in 1971 you were just trying to peacefully exist and ...

Rigidity and Tolerance

The Sackler’s made $10-billion off Oxycontin and were punished by having to pay a ...

Let them eat brioche

Even if Marie Antoinette never said ‘Let them eat cake,’ she should’ve. Documentaries that ...

The woods are lovely, dark and deep

In a Ben Wheatley film a verdant field is not just a verdant field. ...