Contributor Sean Duffy profiles Filmme Fatales, a feminist film zine, it’s creator Brodie Lancaster, and the publication’s place in relation to mainstreamed online feminism, hot-takes, and the new nature of online criticism.
Contributor Sean Duffy interviews Julian Antos, The Music Box Theatre‘s Technical Director, about the theater’s upcoming 70MM Film Festival.
Part of our ongoing Videotheque Vault series, Isabella Miller brings us Little Sister (Zusje) (1995), Robert Jan Westdijk’s handheld feature that challenges Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg’s standard of filmic truth as outlined in their Dogme 95 Manifesto.
Keep summer alive with your very own DIY Facets Kids Movie in the Park! Katy Moravec brings us some tips and tricks create your very own magical night under the stars.
Technology can be a great tool for social interaction, creativity, and sharing, but it is important to stay informed on new advances in order to protect your child when they use the internet and apps. The easiest way to do this is to talk to your child, learn what sites and apps they are active […]
Here at Facets we can’t help but adore auteurs: dedicated directors, writers, and producers who pique our interest and always put a unique mark on their films. In this new series we will explore the life, career, and unique traits of a different auteur every week. This week’s director:Yasujirô Ozu. Wiki Bio Breakdown:Yasujirô Ozu was […]
by Danielle Badler No, the line isn’t mine. Although I wish it was. I came across it doing a time waste of a search online for films in which the car is integral to the story…but not what the story is about. Think Steve McQueen’s 911S in the film Le Mans (1971). The story really revolves around […]
“This rare film’s return to circulation is wonderful news for lovers of retro cinema.” –Film Threat
On this day, 61 years ago, five men robbed a meatpacking plant in Chicago’s Union Stock Yards. Little did the young TV director William Friedkin know, he would form an unlikely pairing with the fifth man and use film as a means to fight for the innocence of this death row inmate. Join us as […]
Facets Releasing William Friedkin’s First Film, Newly Restored, for the First Time on DVD “Crump is economical yet flamboyantly righteous, as it should have been – the existence of the film played at least a small part in keeping Crump out of the chair.” –Village Voice San Francisco Int’l Film Festival Golden Gate AwardBefore directing The […]