Joshua Gravel

Joshua Gravel

Bio:

Providence based film enthusiast, projectionist, film festival programmer, and hobby film archivist. Programmer for The Arkham Film Society through which I program R.I. area screenings of obscure cult movies often from original film prints and help to keep reparatory film alive. For more info check out ArkhamFilmSociety.com.

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Articles by Joshua Gravel

Film Review: Iris
May 21, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: Iris

  For Albert Maysles’ final documentary feature he chose to focus on 94-year-old New York fashion mainstay Iris Apfel. The ...

Film Review: Almost Mercy
May 20, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: Almost Mercy

It’s always good to see quality local productions, and Almost Mercy doesn’t disappoint. Almost Mercy presents us with the story ...

Film Review: Lost River
May 13, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: Lost River

  Lost River is a failing Detroit area town named after its reservoir, which was created by flooding a nearby ...

Film Review: Dark Star: H.R. Giger’s World
May 13, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: Dark Star: H.R. Giger’s World

  Dark Star is a documentary that gives us an intimate view of the life and world of acclaimed artist ...

Film Review: White God
April 17, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: White God

Lili is a 13-year-old who’s being shuttled from her mother to her father and whose best friend is her dog ...

Film Review: Unfriended
April 16, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: Unfriended

In Unfriended, six friends are terrorized via the internet on the one year anniversary of former friend Laura’s suicide due to ...

Film Review: Digging Up The Marrow
April 16, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: Digging Up The Marrow

I tend to review movies that are screening in some theatrical capacity, but want to occasionally talk about a movie ...

Film Review: It Follows
April 1, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: It Follows

A young woman goes on a couple of dates with a young man only to find out that he has ...

Film Review: She's Beautiful When She's Angry
March 25, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry

The documentary She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry takes a thorough look at the American feminist movement from the mid-’60s through the ...

Film Review: The Wrecking Crew
March 20, 2015 No Commentby

Film Review: The Wrecking Crew

The Wrecking Crew documents the history of a group of Los Angeles-based studio musicians who were known in the recording industry ...