The Indie Prof reviews the film “Another Round” on Hulu and “The Alienist,” a murder-mystery crime-drama set in 1896 New York on HBO.
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Featuring the release of The Indie Prof’s new book “The Science of Sci-Fi Cinema” and a review of “Judas and the Black Messiah.”
Indie Prof: The Cinema Q Film Festival
The Cinema Q Film Festival returns to the Denver Film Society this year to celebrate the best in LGBTQ+ programming from the around the world.
The Indie Prof: July is Sci-Fi Season
July is sci-fi season: The 11th annual Science Fiction Film Series, sponsored by the Denver Museum of Nature and Science; the Denver Film Society, and MSU Denver, will continue with three virtual shows this year and; a short review of an excellent sci-fi series on TV now.
The Indie Prof: “My Octopus Teacher” and “The Farewell”
This month I review two films—one an Oscar winner, and another that should be mandatory viewing.
Indie Prof: “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” & “Killing Eve”
This month’s column gets back to routine with two reviews: one movie and one TV show: “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” on Netflix, and “Killing Eve,” on BBC or Hulu.
Indie Prof: And the Oscar goes to…
The Indie Prof reviews this year’s Oscar nominations including: “Nomadland,” “Sound of Metal,” “Mank,” “The Trial of the Chicago Seven,” “Minari,” and others from previous articles.
Indie Prof: “One Night in Miami ” and “Borgen”
This month the Indie Prof reviews the movie “One Night in Miami” on Amazon and the Danish series “Borgen” on Netflix.
Indie Prof: “Land” and a tribute to Kar-Wai Wong
This month the Indie Prof reviews “Land,” the directorial debut from Robin Wright and A tribute to director Kar-Wai Wong with showings of most of his films at the Sie Film Center.
Indie Prof: “The Reason I Jump” and “Promising Young Woman”
The Indie Prof reviews “The Reason I jump,” now playing at the Sie Film Center’s Virtual Cinema, and “Promising Young Woman,” available through streaming.