Diana Clarke

Diana Clarke is a regular film contributor at Voice Media Group and its film partner, the Village Voice. VMG publications include LA Weekly, Denver Westword, Phoenix New Times, Miami New Times, Broward-Palm Beach New Times, Houston Press, Dallas Observer and OC Weekly.

Latest Stories

  • Censored Voices starts off like many documentaries about Israeli military history: with recorded voiceovers, black-and-white photographs, and illustrated maps with moving shapes that represent forces advancing and receding across the Sinai...

  • In Ukraine, the sky is huge, but nobody ever mentions it. Three men with historical roots in the country walk under the huge blue sky. The grass is gold and green. This is a place of violence; the three men are Philippe Sands, a British Jewish...

  • The creation of a new dance, "Three Dubious Memories," by legendary New York choreographer Paul Taylor, makes up both the form and content of the lucid, energetic new documentary Paul Taylor: Creative Domain, yet the performance of the...

  • Divided by season into nine sections, the documentary One Cut, One Life is as intuitive as its structure, as natural as the processes of dying and mourning that make up its core. The film is a collaboration between Ed Pincus, who...

  • The eastern boys of French-Moroccan director Robin Campillo's beautifully acted new film are a gang of undocumented East Europeans headed by a gorgeous, cruel Boss (Danil Vorobyev). They live together in a shabby suburban hotel and go into Paris...

  • Michael Minetti (Cheyenne Jackson) is tall, beautiful, bitter, and ripped. A former Broadway dancer, he now teaches ballroom dances to old women in their living rooms, which is a good reason to be bitter. But Michael claims his prickliness is...

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