Not a bad endorsement for tourism in the Nigerien city of Agadez, if this film – which maneuvers between the real and the fictional – is to be believed. The city seems to teem with […]
A complex purgatory of sorts is the hellish place (literally and emotionally) circumscribed by Isaac Ezban’s El Incidente. In the film, The Incident consists of no more than a brief explosion and rumbling in the […]
Easily one of the most delightful and earnest films screening at SF IndieFest this season. Much credit goes to filmmaker/actor/stand-up comedian Ata Demirer in the starring role of Niyazi, the hapless veterinarian with a heart […]
18th SF Independent Film Festival opens 11 February 2015.
I’d like to see this narrative feature as a gallery installation: the landscape of Northern Maine which the filmmakers capture is full of the small sounds of summer life, the sturdy grey rocks of the […]