“One of the best war based horror films, not to mention one of the best
horror films, of 2017.”
- Steve Kopian, Unseen Films (Los Angeles, USA)
"This is one of the boldest and most exciting films I’ve seen in the last six months, and the kind of experience that has the power to alter your perception of the world."
- A.O. Scott, The New York Times
"Kwietniowski has managed to create a surprisingly engrossing and suspenseful narrative without resorting to cosmetics,
melodrama or hype."
- Anne Hornaday, The Washington Post
"An endearing documentary, winner of Tribeca’s audience award, Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage should delight devotees and
- Ronnie Scheib, Variety
"It’s fascinating, it’s funny, it’s sad, it’s bizarre, it’s unique. Let’s go further: Masala is a film unlike any other film you’ve ever seen. Srinivas Krishna has taken multiculturalism and elevated it from a political platitude to an aesthetic reality. The result is a movie that
refuses to compromise…"
- Rick Groen, The Globe and Mail
"...one of the most original and breathtaking documentaries of the year. Neither conventional nor experimental, Picture of Light compels on a multitude of levels..."
- Geoff Pevere, The Globe and Mail
"Roadkill is a thoroughly irreverent road movie… a cheeky and successful raspberry in the face of everything conservatism holds dear, successful right up to it’s murderous conclusion."
- Sheila Benson, The Los Angeles Times
"Tectonic Plates must be seen to be fully appreciated or understood. To detail the 'plot' and images of Tectonic Plates is to radically reduce its unusual, imaginative kaleidoscopic elements."
- Sid Adilman, The Toronto Star
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