Chad Perman, Editor-in-Chief 1. Boyhood I find myself mostly recommending this film to anybody who has ever been a child, a parent, or a human being. The best of everything that film is and can be. 2. Birdman, or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance Dazzling in its daring, virtuosity, and artistry. Everyone...
I decided to reach out to Bright Wall/Dark Room staff writers and contributors, and ask them what their favorite film(s) of the year were.
Our editorial staff and regular contributors on the movies they liked most in 2015.
The staff of BW/DR list their favorite films from 2017.
Bright Wall/Dark Room was initially founded on the floor of my living room in the summer of 2009, as I was counting down the days until the birth of my second child.
We’ve got a wonderful grab bag of cinematic ephemera for you this month.
We lose nothing from a fuller representation of what it means to be human; we gain everything from a more empathetic understanding of our friends.
When we look at the images gliding across the screen, mirror-like, we see human figures and we look for our selves in them.
In this month's issue, we are thrilled to bring together essays that touch on themes of love, loss, self-discovery, intrigue, films, food and finding where you're supposed to be.
Mike Nichols spent a lifetime telling stories, in one form or another.
Whether it's Paul Thomas or Wes, it’s a good year to be an Anderson fan.
It’s vital that we continually seek out the people, places, and things which can fill us back up. And for me, like so many of you, movies will always be one of those places.