Bill Meyer: The beauty and innocence of the young children playing together, swimming and singing, belies their tragic existence as virtual prisoners with daily threats of bombings and killings.
Ed Rampell: Mum paints a compelling portrait of a Native woman who broke barriers with pioneering pictures such as 1980’s Bastion Point: Day 507 about a Maori land struggle.
Ed Rampell: Whereas unity and solidarity seem to be required, the occupiers often sharply disagree with one another – although they do so vocally, not violently.
Ed Rampell: The Delegation’s director Alimani and screenwriter Artan Minarolli appear to have learned much from the Czech New Wave of internationally acclaimed films
Ed Rampell: The great thing about the yearly SEEfest is that L.A. moviegoers get an opportunity to experience films they’d likely never get a chance to see – at least on the big screen – otherwise.