z for zachariah

"It felt that race being a part of it was a perfectly honest way of looking at what would happen in society."
The Sundance Film Festival has come and gone, which leaves us scouring the lineup for this year's "Whiplash" or "Boyhood
Craig Zobel's Z for Zachariah is a post -apocalyptic love triangle that is haunting and lovely -- a distinct change of pace from Zobel's last film, the chillingly neon-lit Compliance.
The growing relationship between Ejiofor and Robbie is layered and complex, and then Chris Pine shows up. Add a second man
Every year the Sundance Film Festival premieres some of the best independent black films around, and it looks as if 2015
Oscar season has kept the buzz alive for "Boyhood" and "Whiplash," two of the biggest smashes at last year's Sundance Film