CHICAGO SUN-TIMES: 'COLUMBUS' IS FOOD FOR THE SOUL, FEAST FOR THE HEART

Author: Miriam Di Nunzio

Author: Miriam Di Nunzio

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Rarely will images of mighty concrete and stone dwellings set against tranquil waters or a gentle spring shower resonate so powerfully as those on display every day in the southern Indiana city of Columbus, captured so breathtakingly in the film that bears its name.. Read the full review here.

THE WASHINGTON POST: TWO STRANGERS MAKE AN UNLIKELY CONNECTION — AMID STUNNING ARCHITECTURE — IN 'COLUMBUS'

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Author: Stephanie Merry

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The director’s greatest strength lies in creating a mood. Columbus is melancholy without being morose, and talky without forced cleverness. The drama is a realistic and methodical meditation on family obligation, personal sacrifice and — of course — the power of architecture. That makes Columbus as lovely to look at as it is to ponder. Read the full review here.

LA FILM FESTIVAL: HUMOR ME TO PREMIERE IN PREMIERES

Author: Matt Warren

Author: Matt Warren

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Let’s construct a metaphor together wherein indie movies are like donuts in a bright pink box. Last week, the LA Film Festival lifted the lid on that box to reveal its 2017 competition lineup—U.S. Fiction, Documentary, World Fiction, Nightfall and LA Muse. Read the full story here.

TIME OUT: "LUCKY" LEADS THE PACK AT THIS WEEKEND'S CHICAGO CRITICS FILM FESTIVAL

Author: Michael Smith

Author: Michael Smith

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The Chicago Critics Film Festival has, in its brief, five year existence, quietly asserted itself as one of the city’s premiere showcases for exciting new American independent and foreign movie fare. My best bet for this year’s festival, which runs from Friday, May 12 through Thursday, May 18 at the Music Box Theatre, is John Carroll Lynch’s comedy/drama Lucky. Read the full story here.

INDIE WIRE: 'Lucky' Review

Author: David Ehrlich

Author: David Ehrlich

90-Year-Old Harry Dean Stanton Gives a Performance for the Ages in Wry Comedy Co-Starring David Lynch — SXSW 2017... Read the complete review here.