BFI London Film Festival
What: BFI is the UK’s leading and most prestigious film festival, representing one of the first opportunities for audiences – both the UK public and film industry professionals – to see the
Logline: A true-life drama done the Margaret Atwood/Netflix way.
Verdict: “If there has been a crime, people want a guilty person. Rightly or wrongly, it does not matter.” The success of Hulu’s Emmy-winning The Handmaid’s
Nathan for You
Logline: An exercise in extreme cringecore, Fielder’s project is a pitch-perfect reality TV parody show.
Verdict: When Nathan for You debuted its “Dumb Starbucks” prank, I lived in Los Feliz. As a protest for
Logline: A love letter to those who prefer the analog way of life.
Verdict: Hyper-stylish commercial and music video director Doug Nichol crafts a loving visual ode to that most romantic of literary devices. Pleasurable
Logline: Harry Dean Stanton outlived and outsmoked his contemporaries. Now it’s time to find enlightenment.
Verdict: You’d be hard pressed to think of a more fitting goodbye to an actor like Harry Dean Stanton than Lucky.
The Emmys have once again come and gone. But this year’s event wasn’t without its fair share of surprises – and even a few record-setters.
The Handmaid’s Tale scooped up the top drama award, beating out
BoJack Horseman season 4
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Logline: Where’s BoJack? A washed up TV star searches for meaning in his Hollywoo life with more than a little help from his friends. Oh, and he’s a talking