Author Archives: Alexandra Guité
This is really a stunning portrait of a multifaceted artist I discovered today. Scorsese has crafted a beautiful exploration of the inward and outward journey of a fascinating and complex man and artist. Advertisements
A gorgeous and nostalgic documentary about the subversive power of film in war torned Afghanistan. Director Pietra Brettkelly (The Art Star and the Sudanese Twins) patiently follows how a group of cinema workers, led by exiled Afghan filmmaker Ibrahim Arify, … Continue reading
Researching for my new film on the sense of belonging, I have been urged to watch the optimistic French film, Tomorrow, that explores solutions for living more creatively and consciously on our planet. We hear about the gloomy ecological future … Continue reading
Using archive material in the most original way, this gem of a film has haunted me ever since.
Through Gaston Miron’s voice, a poetic and evocative journey crafted with NFB archives into Quebec’s history and culture. ”Or je vois nos êtres en détresse dans le siècle/je vois notre infériorité et j’ai mal en chacun de nous.”
Making the “Uknown Known.” Errol Morris’ incisive and devastating portrait of Donald Rumsfeld. A real horror movie into American politics and the grammar of power.