Robert Daniels is a freelance film critic based in Chicago with a MA in English. He’s the founder of 812filmreviews, and he’s written for ThePlaylist, Consequence of Sound, and Mediaversity.
A review of the new PBS docuseries Philly D.A., which premiered first at Sundance and airs on 4/20.
A review of the new Kung Fu, premiering tonight on The CW.
On the failures of the Academy this morning to represent the diverse quality of Black cinema in 2020.
A review of the six-part Netflix series Amend: The Fight for America, which premieres February 17.
An interview with Dominique Fishback about playing Akua Njeri, nee Deborah Johnson, in Judas and the Black Messiah.
An interview with Daniel Kaluuya of Judas and the Black Messiah and Chairman Fred Hampton Jr., the son of the man Kaluuya plays in the film.
On four films from the World Documentary program of the Sundance film festival.
Three more films from the World Documentary Section of Sundance 2021.
On three films from the World Documentary program of the Sundance Film Festival.