More than just “Big Eyes” in The Belle Epoque, this is a fun, frothy, feminist biopic about the relationship between sex and freedom.
Sundance offers independent filmmakers their dream: a direct path to Hollywood. But can it create the same connection for indie TV?
Nonfiction filmmakers talk about creating the look of their films and how unique production demands dictated their equipment choices.
Call it “Sherlock Holmes and the Brothel House Irregulars.”
Everett’s heartfelt performance rescues this otherwise bland depiction of a lonely man at the end of his life.