This year the New York Film Festival did something barbaric. Something unthinkable. Something that flies in the face of logic.
Edward Yangs four-hour epic masterpiece A Brighter Summer Day impresses and intimidates with its dense texture, convoluted plot lines, and audiovisual complexities.
Night Catches Us, Tanya Hamiltons directorial debut, tells the story of Marcus (Anthony Mackie), a former Black Panther, returning to his old neighborhood four years after the disintegration of the movement and his personal life.