Ernest Hardy

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  • There are nine queer shorts in the anthology Remarkable Shades of Gay, all of them directed (and almost all either written or co-written) by William Branden Blinn. To a clip, they are simultaneously dated and in sync with this tapioca...

  • Much of the information director Sonia Barrett puts forth in her documentary The Business of Disease is common sense, though — as one interview subject notes — not necessarily common knowledge. The core of this exposé is...

  • There's an extraordinary old news clip in director Nicolas Rossier's documentary The Other Man: The wife of F.W. de Klerk, former president of South Africa, is shown at a public function with her husband. While he presses the flesh with...

  • 26 days ago | Film and TV

    The Pan African Film Festival has long been one of L.A.'s most important festivals, showcasing films from the African diaspora that other fests ignore or shortchange. This year, however, the festival has a heightened relevance, as a new generation...

  • The obvious wordplay in the title is a tip-off that this based-on-a-true-story tale of avarice and corruption in the world of Bush-era real estate speculation will be short on wit or nuance. Playing like the redundant child of The Wolf of Wall...

  • A small, intimate film about a massive issue, the affecting doc Do You Know What My Name Is? is one of a growing number of movies (nonfiction and fiction) to examine Alzheimer's/dementia, which itself affects ever-growing numbers of people...