The 2015 Athena Film Festival celebrates women-driven narratives in cinema.
He's also too scared of "The Babadook" to say too much about it.
Rothkopf also loves "Nightcrawler" and "We Are the Best!," does not love "Men, Women & Children."
Ehrlich's annual montage is a highlight of the season, and draws the missing link between "Selma" and Starship.
"Mr. Turner," "Wild" and "Winter Sleep" are among the latest additions.
If Yasujiro Ozu lived long enough to turn his camera on punk rock, the result might look something like Swedish director Lukas Moodysson's warm portrait of middle school angst.