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The Banshees of Inisherin is hilarious, but the comedy belies a fundamentally pessimistic film, full of dark observations on the human condition
The FILMLAND festival is Nov. 2-6 in downtown Little Rock, with in-person film screenings as well as filmmaker workshops and seminars.
Simchas and Sorrows is an easy breezy watch that manages to bring up some thought-provoking questions on faith and identity
Javier Bardem manages to pull off the perfect balance between charming and repulsive in this well-written satire
Clara Sola review: a rich and enthralling depiction of religion at odds with desire, set in remote Costa Rica
CLARA SOLA, the feature debut of writer/director Nathalie Álvarez Mesén’s, is surprising and complex look at faith, sexuality, and disability
Bentonville Film Festival announces 2022 winners, including best narrative feature Every Day in Kaimuki
The in-person portion of the 2022 Bentonville Film Festival wrapped up this past weekend with an awards ceremony at Bentonville’s Meteor Guitar Gallery
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