Editor's Note: Worldview film contributor Milos Stehlik is in Cannes, France for the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. He'll be blogging for us throughout the duration of the event. Here's his first post, "Informal observations on the state of France a day before the Cannes F
Last year the most powerful film I saw was called Incendies, which translated as “burnt” or “scorched.” It is based on a play by Wajdi Mouawad. Incendies is structured as a classic tragedy and, because of current events in the Middle East, resonates more with each passi
In his weekly commentary, Worldview film contributor Milos Stehlik explains why he thinks Carroll Ballard, whose films include Black Stallion and Never Cry Wolf, deserves the title “Official Earth Day filmmaker.”
A film doesn’t need to be great to help make a revolution. “The Yacoubian Building,” a rare Egyptian film to get any kind of American distribution, is overlong and schematic; episodic and melodramatic; and sometimes the acting goes way over the top.
This week, we asked Worldview Film Contributor Milos Stehlik of Facets Multi-media to wax philosophical on the topic of guns in the movies… I tried to remember the first time I saw guns in the movies, but I couldn't do it. It's like guns have ALWAYS been there.