Chris Packham

 

Chris Packham is a regular film contributor at Voice Media Group and its film partner, the Village Voice. VMG publications include LA Weekly, Denver Westword, Phoenix New Times, Miami New Times, Broward-Palm Beach New Times, Houston Press and Dallas Observer.

Latest Stories

  • A Dog’s Purpose, based on the novel by W. Bruce Cameron, combines the philosophical belief that living beings are reborn into a different physical body after biological death with the voiceover narrative technique of Look...

  • 28 days ago | Film and TV

    A Dog’s Purpose, based on the novel by W. Bruce Cameron, combines the philosophical belief that living beings are reborn into a different physical body after biological death with the voic-eover narrative technique of Look Who’s Talking. The main ...

  • Amid the massive racial, social and economic inequalities in the Western world, street art might have been a less effective, less visible response had it not become incredibly sophisticated. Its greatest practitioner is the anonymous Banksy,...

  • Anonymous is the ketchup sandwich of cyber thrillers, but the ketchup is a generic store-brand equivalent and the bread is two crumbly Saltines. Akan Satayev's film knows nothing about cyber-thrilling, technology, the international...

  • Linas Phillips has one creditable accomplishment in Rainbow Time, which he wrote and directed: his portrayal of a developmentally delayed 40-year-old man. Far from the angelic innocents often played by neurotypical actors, Phillips' Shonzi...

  • 4 months ago | Film and TV

    Christopher Guest’s films mostly deal with passionate but ordinary people who aspire to positions of status within strange little subcultures: mid-century folk music, dog shows, community theater or, in the case of his new mockumentary, Mascots, t...

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