Upstream Color is a sometimes disorientating journey through what filmmaking can achieve when it really sets its mind to it. Think The Tree of Life, but satisfying.
The new season of Arrested Development is unmistakably a different beast to the one that was shown on Fox all those years ago.
Step Four: Watch Manhattan Murder Mystery and realise the whole sleeping-with-his-stepdaughter thing doesn’t bother you so much anyway.
How could the man who brought us Pan’s Labyrinth produce such garbage?
Never fear! Here at Salient we have condensed the NZIFF guide into seven new categories.
It’s now time for Salient to throw off the shackles of “good taste” and give in to our gnawing base urges. Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to review porn.
Helmed by the seemingly evergreen J. J. Abrams, Into Darkness epitomises everything great about the Hollywood blockbuster—it’s big, flashy, compelling, and a little bit corny.
Every year, thousands of eager filmmakers compete in what is arguably the most hectic film-production contest known to mankind. Salient Film Editor Gerald Lee sat down with student filmmaker Michelle Kan to discuss the competition and its appeal.
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