NEW YORK TIMES: ELLEN BURSTYN HONORS A FRIENDSHIP WITH A FUTURIST

 Author: Kathryn Shattuck

Author: Kathryn Shattuck

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In “The House of Tomorrow,” opening Friday, April 27, Ms. Burstyn, 85, plays Josephine Prendergast, a Fuller disciple raising her orphaned grandson, Sebastian (Asa Butterfield), according to the visionary’s principles. (Through technology and planning, Fuller posited, an ordinary man can become a superman.) Prendergast did all this while residing in an example of Fuller’s crowning architectural achievement: the geodesic dome.  Read the full interview here.

ROGER EBERT: THE HOUSE OF TOMORROW REVIEW

 Author: Susan Wloszczyna

Author: Susan Wloszczyna

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Coming-of-age bromances don’t come much more endearing than “The House of Tomorrow,” a comedy with dramatic underpinnings that enthusiastically serves nostalgia two ways—one philosophically uplifting, the other musically acidic—in the guise of a gangly pair of unusual Minnesota teen boys who start a garage band.  Read the full review here.

THE DENVER POST: ELLIOT GOULD REFLECTS ON THE EXTREMES OF HIS SIX-DECADE CAREER AHEAD OF VISIT TO BOULDER

 Author: John Wenzel

Author: John Wenzel

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His new film “Humor Me,” co-starring Jemaine Clement from Flight of the Conchords, is executive-produced by Boulder-based Superlative Films, so it makes sense that Gould would visit the Boulder International Film Festival, running Feb. 22-25, for a screening and post-film discussion of the father-son comedy (5 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Boulder Theater). Read the full interview here.

VARIETY: FILM REVIEW: 'NIGHT COMES ON'

 Author: Guy Lodge

Author: Guy Lodge

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Rising star Dominique Fishback makes good on her TV promise in this tough-love juvenile offender study, an equally promising debut for director Jordana Spiro. Read the full review here.

MOVIE CITY NEWS: SUNDANCE REVIEW: NIGHT COMES ON

 Author: Kim Voynar

Author: Kim Voynar

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IIn her feature directorial debut, Night Comes On, writer-director Jordana Spiro, whose creepy-yet-touching short Skin made a mark, takes us into the world of Angel (Dominique Fishback), a young girl released from juvenile detention on the eve of her 18th birthday. Read the full review here.

BLACK GIRL NERDS: SUNDANCE 2018 REVIEW: 'NIGHT COMES ON'

 Author: Jamie Broadnax

Author: Jamie Broadnax

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We’ve seen plenty of coming-of-age films before, but Jordana Spiro’s film Night Comes On, gives us an extra layer and depth to this genre that we quite haven’t experienced before—themes of loss, revenge, and perseverance are threads that weave this story together as we follow along the journey of two sisters Angel (Dominique Fishback) and Abigail Lemere (Tatum Marylin Hall).  Read the full review here.