At 6:45 p.m. the crowds were clustered together like a flock of sheep, anxiously waiting to be seated. The Borscht Film Festival turnout was larger than anticipated, surprising even Godfrey Hibbert, one of the animators of What the Tide Brought In.
A wall-sized picture of a tank, anti-Russian propaganda plastered over a wall, eerie sound design and a plethora of chaotic images; All part of a new photography exhibition at the Freedom Tower.
If there is one film to catch this Christmas, it definitely has to be “Sherlock Holmes.”
“Up in the Air,” directed by Jason Reitman, is by far the most sound and timely film this year. For the 2009 recession, there is no better film to watch than George Clooney as Ryan Bingham, a company downsizer. Corporate bosses would hire Bingham to handle the dirty work for them.