Top 3: Films at the Browning Cinema this Year

By Ricky Herbst, Cinema Program Director for the Browning Cinema, April 16, 2019

[About a 2 MIN read]

In April’s installment of the triple-trademarked Top 3(TMTMTM(NT)), Kevin Krizmanich joins Ted and Ricky to run through their Top 3 movies shown in the Browning Cinema over the course of the last academic year. Kevin throws his support behind Aki Kaurismäki’s The Other Side of Hope as well as two university-set films: the documentary-genre-bending American Animals, and Professor Pfinklepfunder’s debut film Monsters University.

Ricky’s three films include Paul Shrader’s Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (with music by recent Browning Cinema guest Philip Glass), two of the three films on alcohol recovery at Alkali Lake entitled The Honour of All Parts 1 and 2, and Boots Riley’s Sorry to Bother You.

Ted’s picks trace back to last summer with the musical Hair, Armando Iannucci’s latest film The Death of Stalin, and Capernaum, a recent nominee for the Best Foreign Language Academy Award.

THE TOP THREE: FILMS AT THE BROWNING CINEMA THIS YEAR

Establishing Shot Podcast