He is talking what a great actress she is.
and he keep talking ...
"She brings great intelligence and authenticity to her emotional portrayal, to her choices,craftswise."
I don't understand the part "craftswise" in this sentence.
I think it's as susiedqq said 'in terms of her craft'; I imagine, also (and without much evidence, I know) that the speaker is being rather pretentious: anyone can form a judgement about an actress, but s/he thinks the addition of this extra word at the end might suggest a deeper understanding of the craft of acting. Without that extra word, it's the sort of opinion that any average Joe could offer, but 'craftswise' justifies the ridiculous salary of this particular film critic! (Call me an old cynic )