With his latest documentary Michael Glawogger travels to Thailand, Bangladesh and Mexico in order to capture the life of a prostitue. We gave Whores’ Glory high marks at TIFF last year, calling it “lucid, exotic and heartbreaking” with its “brilliant narrative style compositions and editing, and staged moments that potentially blur a line between documentary and ethnographic narrative.” Hulu has an effective first trailer below, followed by the poster and info on where you can see it.
Whores’ Glory hits limited theaters this month. Check out the release schedule here.
Certain Women is an ensemble piece that features Laura Dern, Michelle Williams, and Kristen Stewart in prominent roles, and so it’s a surprise when the runaway success may be Lily Gladstone, a relative newcomer most prominently seen in Arnaud Desplechin’s Jimmy P. and this year’s Buster’s Mal Heart — the latter of which has yet to even receive […]
Studio Ghibli’s The Red Turtle, their first international co-production (handled in conjunction with Wild Bunch), screened at this year’s Filmfest Hamburg, and we had the good fortune of sitting down with the its director, Michaël Dudok de Wit. The feat he’s achieved with this picture is significant. As we said in our review at Cannes, “De Wit […]
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