This month, the Indie Prof reviews Best Picture nominations for the Oscars: 1917, The Irishman, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Joker, Little Women, Parasite, Ford v Ferrari, and Jojo Rabbit
This month, Indie Prof reviews The Irishman, currently streaming on Netflix. Follow “Indie Prof” on Facebook for updates about film events and more reviews.
The Indie Prof reviews Lauren Greenfield’s powerful new documentary film about Imelda Marcos, the former First Lady of the Philippines and season 2 of the Netflix series Mindhunter, one of the most gripping psychological thrillers to hit TV.
November is Denver Film Festival (DFF) month, and it is time to review films from this year’s program: A White, White, Day; Castle of Dreams; and Pahokee.
Indie Prof previews five documentary films—three features and two shorts—that will be screened on four Friday nights in October at The Cube in Northfield.
Indie Prof reviews “Love, Antosha,” a documentary on the (too short) life of actor Anton Yelchin, and the 3rd season of “The Handmaid’s Tale.”
The Indie Prof reviews the Netfilx series When They See Us, about race relations in New York City in the 1980s and The Mountain, a film about a 50s-era traveling doctor who performed lobotomies in the waning days of the practice.
July is Science-Fiction month, and this year marks the return of the 9th annual Science-Fiction Film Series. I host the entire six-week series, in conjunction with the Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS) and the Denver Film Society (DFS).
Rather than the normal column of one new release and one streaming film/show, this month I give you two reviews of recent, wonderful, historical documentaries.
The Denver film community recently lost a giant with the passing of Brit Withey, the Artistic Director for the Denver Film Society. Brit was the driving force behind the Denver Film Festival, the Science Fiction Film Series, and countless other series, events, and programs at the Film Center.