Abel Ferrara Portrait in his house in Rome, ItaliaJune 21, 2019 at 5:51 pm by Ray Pride by Ray PrideJune 21, 2019Ray PrideRay Pride is Newcity’s film critic and a contributing editor to Filmmaker magazine. His history of Chicago “Ghost Signs” in words and images is in the works. Previews on Twitter (twitter.com/chighostsigns) as well as photography on Instagram: instagram.com/raypride.Twitter: twitter.com/RayPride.Related StoriesStill, Processing: A Review Of "Final Portrait" Stanley Tucci again defines an artist's process. Momentary, Momentous: The Passion of Portrait of a Lady on Fire Lavishing in moments both secret and shared, rippling with textures and gestures, Sciamma’s film of essences is essential.Zeitgeist Capsule: A Review Of Leaving Home, Coming Home: A Portrait of Robert Frank Photographic great Robert Frank allows a confessional survey of his life and work to be shown in the United States after withholding rights for fifteen years.Opportunity Rocks: A Review of Knock Down the House Documenting four progressive women who ran for the House of Representatives in 2018, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.Eight Days, And 52 Years, of Wonders: The House of Kartemquin And The Making of Americans In one week, Chicago's Kartemquin Films, which has been producing a wide range of acclaimed documentary films for fifty-two years, had a flood of good fortune. Why Is Movie: A Review Of "Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House" The biopic of FBI associate director Mark Felt, better known as “Deep Throat,” a key source for Woodward and Bernstein’s Watergate reporting.