Daphne Howland

 

Daphne Howland 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

  • The essential flaw of the American economy often seems binary: the 47% vs. corporate greed, us against them. But the documentary Betting on Zero is a Wall Street version of a superhero saga in which the unlikely rescuer is hedge fund...

  • There's nothing new about immigrants to America making compromises in their new country, but in the comic drama For Here or To Go?, the story gets a chai-infused, Silicon Valley–mired twist. After nearly a decade dutifully working at...

  • For his first feature-length documentary, BBC reporter Louis Theroux (known for immersing himself into quirky corners of the world — professional wrestling, infomercial entrepreneurs, off-Broadway — for his Weird Weekends...

  • Though its legalities often are obscured by romantic filigree, wedlock is one of the most conservative institutions, legally and culturally, in human society — a codified set of limitations and rights reserved for two people willing to...

  • I Am Jane Doe is a powerful documentary saga of mothers who, after discovering ads for sex with their school-age daughters on the website Backpage.com, sued the online-classifieds company for damages and lobbied Congress to change the...

  • In 2017, even some American liberals are looking back fondly on the presidency of George W. Bush. The documentary A Good American eviscerates that temptation by detailing how a swamp of cronyism protected intelligence failures at the...

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