Zama is a mordantly funny and relentlessly modernist critique of colonialism that makes no conclusions, ultimately resting on a scene of verdant nature not entirely…
Jana Monji, made in San Diego, California, lost in Japan several times, has written about theater and movies for the LA Weekly, LA Times, and currently, Examiner.com and the Pasadena Weekly. Currently living in LA, she has found her inner Latina dancing Argentine tango. Her short fiction has been published in the Asian American Literary Review.
Remember Pearl Harbor and remember how prejudice shaped history.
A review of the new documentary, "Magicians: Life in the Impossible."
A report from AFI Fest on a presentation of Otto Preminger's "Carmen Jones."
A report from AFI Fest on Nele Wohlatz's "The Future Perfect."
A report from AFI Fest on a presentation of Ida Lupino's 1953 film, "The Hitch-Hiker."
A report from AFI Fest on a special presentation of 1929's "Piccadilly," as part of a tribute to tragic screen diva Anna May Wong.
A review from AFI Fest of Disney's "Moana."
An AFI Fest review of Taylor Hackford's "The Comedian," starring Robert De Niro and Leslie Mann.
An AFI Fest review of John Madden's gun lobby thriller "Miss Sloane," starring Jessica Chastain.
An AFI review of Warren Beatty's first film since 1998.