Losing one’s humanity is a common theme in war films.
Thomas Edison’s more than a figure in a history book- he was also a bit of a jerk, according to this film.
The The Current War: Director’s Cut premiered on Monday night at AMC Lincoln Square theater in midtown Manhattan.
This past Tuesday a private screening of The Kill Team, a war drama written and directed by Dan Krauss, was held at Landmark theater on West 57th Street in Manhattan, New York.
Even at 90 minutes, this film moved way too fast!
An interesting but cluttered piece proves an essential watch for any francophile, but may not offer anything to the rest of us.
Explore Piers Secunda’s first US solo-show ISIS Bullet Holes Paintings, now open at 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel.
Do you ever stop and think that the next step you take might be your last?
“11:55” is directed by Ari Issler and Ben Snyder. We caught the film at the 2016 Los Angeles Film Festival.