TIFF 2022: ‘My Imaginary Country’ Dissects 50 Years of Chilean Political History

Director Patricio Guzmán may not be a household name. Yet his documentary series, The Battle of Chile, made him one of the principal figures in capturing Chilean history on film. After being on the ground to capture the beginnings of the Allende revolution and the rise of Pinochet, Guzmán’s more than proved his credibility. Yet … Continue reading TIFF 2022: ‘My Imaginary Country’ Dissects 50 Years of Chilean Political History

Review: ‘Crimes of the Future’ Lets David Cronenberg Gets Weird

David Cronenberg may not be a filmmaker known by today's cinephiles, but that's not entirely his fault. While the famed director helped elevate Body Horror into the mainstream, Cronenberg's eight-year hiatus dated back to Maps to the Stars in 2014. The Hollywood satire featured big names and exciting performances, but brought in less than a … Continue reading Review: ‘Crimes of the Future’ Lets David Cronenberg Gets Weird