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IMBER'S LEFT HAND
"This beautiful film...takes the wind out of you."
- The Boston Globe
"A masterpiece...the eulogizing of the creative force and artistic life of one of America's leading painters- in his own vibrant voice."
- Daniel Kany, Maine Sunday Telegram
"It's heartbreaking watching Imber's condition deteriorate but he finds so much joy in his creations, particularly a series of more than 100 portraits of friends and family. To the credit of director Richard Kane, the movie remains clear-eyed about both Imber and his courageous wife, painter Jill Hoy, even as it celebrates Imber's determination to remain vital until his final days."
- Amy Longsdorf, Courier-Post
"...this film is beautiful in its dappled-sunshine light, and powerful in the story of transformation that it tells. And Rivoire, a deaf French student who had never acted before, makes Marie both fierce and achingly vulnerable. Toward the end, we see her outside as snow gently falls; she reaches out, touching the flakes, rejoicing in something she somehow knows is joy."
- Moira Macdonald, Seattle Times
"Marie's Story is lovely and sweet, sad and uplifting.... it satisfies them nicely with vivid performances, beautiful imagery, and compassionate direction."
- Sean Axmaker, Seattle Weekly
"An assured, emotionally satisfying French offering. Carré...plays her determined character with moving obstinacy and grace."
- Peter Debruge, Variety
"Bercot is heartbreaking, and Cassel has never been better... it's clear that Maïwenn has something to say - and a clear, strong style with which to express it."
- Peter Debruge, Variety
"Perhaps what's really different about this film, unlike the innumerable others where someone falls in love with someone else who turns out to be bad news, is that it's from a woman's perspective for a change, and she's the relatively sane one bewitched by beauty and charm."
- Leslie Felperin, The Hollywood Reporter
"Maïwenn wants to explore the sort of toxic long-term relationship that can ensnare even the sanest, wisest people...seeking to understand how luckless individuals stuck in on-again/off-again relationships remain trapped."
- Tim Grierson, Paste
NEITHER HEAVEN NOR EARTH
"...gripping mash-up of LONE SURVIVOR, THE THING, and THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT that pits a squad of French soldiers against a supernatural menace far deadlier than the Taliban."
- Jordan Mintzer, The Hollywood Reporter
"Clement Cogitore's striking debut puts an inventive fresh, uncanny spin on the War in Afghanistan soldier study."
- Guy Lodge, Variety
"...a haunting and original work."
- John Bleasdale, Cine-Vue
MEN GO TO BATTLE
"An instant-classic Western..."
- Richard Brody, The New Yorker
"...takes us back into the everyday lives of such a troubled time period without feeling heavy-handed or manipulative."
- Meredith Alloway, The Daily Buzz
"A darkly comedic but historically accurate look at two brothers whose escalating pranks are interrupted by the Civil War."
- Jeremy Kay, Screen Daily
MY LOVE, DON'T CROSS THAT RIVER
"...gentle, elegant and genuinely moving...MY LOVE, DON'T CROSS THAT RIVER is a wonderful documentary that tells a story of [undying] love."
- Hugo Ozman, Twitch Film Sydney
"Go and see MY LOVE, DON'T CROSS THAT RIVER: if, by its ending, it hasn't moved you to your core, you have an invulnerable heart."
- Andrew Blackie, Film Ink Australia
SCHNEIDER VS. BAX
"Putting the "dead" back in deadpan, the ninth feature of van Warmerdam is his most Coen brothers-like film yet, a western in the Dutch wetlands that's as unpredictable as it is darkly funny."
- Body van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter
"...the more absurd the circumstances, the more entertaining the movie gets."
- Peter Debruge, Variety
"Van Warmerdam unfolds his rapidly escalating comedy of errors here with remarkable precision and craft."
- Todd Brown, Twitch Film
THE SEVENTH FIRE
"Phenomenal... A new side of gang culture."
- Susannah Edelbaum, The Credits
"Powerful and haunting."
- Clive Botting, The Huffington Post
"Epic...An important and timely film."
- Sarah Rutterford, The Upcoming
TAKE ME TO THE RIVER
"Superlatively acted culture-clash indie chillingly evokes primal dread and sexual transgression..."
- Ronnie Scheib, Variety
"Played out like a genuinely strange waking dream...we rarely see such taxing audacity from first time filmmakers."
- The Playlist
"Writer-director Matt Sobel's quietly engaging debut is one of the great discoveries of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival: his fish-out-of-water observations have a personal edge..."
- Ibad Shah, Indiewire
THE AUTOMATIC HATE
"Nothing short of brilliant."
- Alexander Lowe, We Got This Covered
" [One of] the 10 best films I saw at SXSW 2015... [with] the most explosively uncomfortable dinner party scene ever."
- Ryan Lattanzio, Indiewire
"An unconventional love story that also crosses boundaries into a family drama, psychological thriller, mystery and morality play... [it] is fascinating, and creates a film that is both challenging and entertaining."
- Ain't It Cool News
"A wealth of intimate home-movie footage and an affinity for his subject invigorate randall wrights unashamedly affectionate portrait of a british icon."
- Mark Kermode, The Guardian
"An intimate and insightful delve into the life of a charismatic man whose passion for art is still intense and whose wry sense of humor still shines through..."
- Mark Adams, Screen Daily