Writer-Director Sasha Collington has Love Type D and a Passion for Storytelling

Writer-Director Sasha Collington has Love Type D and a Passion...
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Love Type D is a refreshingly unique film that provokes laughter throughout, though there’s more to it than just comedy. … read more

Hulu Documentary Nasrin Tells a Powerful Story of Heroism, Hope and Humanity

Hulu Documentary Nasrin Tells a Powerful Story of Heroism, Hope...
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Nasrin tells the gripping story of Nasrin Sotoudeh, a courageous human rights lawyer and key figure in Iran’s women’s rights movement. … read more

David Cross, Bigfoot and The Journey of “The Dark Divide”

David Cross, Bigfoot and The Journey of “The Dark Divide”
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Anyone who paid attention in their high school English class likely has some familiarity with “The Hero’s Journey.” It’s the template for most storytelling, wherein a hero goes on an

Director Jesse Noah Klein and his Actors Work Together “Like A House on Fire”

Director Jesse Noah Klein and his Actors Work Together “Like...
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Writer-director Jesse Noah Klein tackles postpartum depression in a truly unique way in his new film, Like a House on Fire. … read more

Black to the Future: Celia C. Peters Talks Afrofuturism: Blackness Revisualized

Black to the Future: Celia C. Peters Talks Afrofuturism: Blackness...
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Celia C. Peters believes that Afrofuturism can take many different forms, and that what storytellers choose to do with it is wide open.  … read more

The Spine of Night Is an Animated Counterculture Nostalgia Trip At SXSW

The Spine of Night Is an Animated Counterculture Nostalgia Trip...
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The Spine of Night is the an animated film made shooting live action then tracing onto animation cels—recalling classics such as Heavy Metal. … read more

Our Father Brings a Sensitive and Quirky Story of Sisterhood to SXSW

Our Father Brings a Sensitive and Quirky Story of Sisterhood...
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Our Father is a sardonically morose yet whimsically charming new film that rests on the shoulders of four women: sisters Beta and Zelda. … read more

God, the Devil and Mad Forgery Skills: Jared Hess and Tyler Measom Discuss “Murder Among The Mormons”

God, the Devil and Mad Forgery Skills: Jared Hess and...
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No one is immune to deception is the perspective from which the filmmakers chose to tell the story of Murder Among the Mormons. … read more

A Tiny Ripple of Hope Brings A Story of Love and Sacrifice to Slamdance

A Tiny Ripple of Hope Brings A Story of Love...
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A Tiny Ripple of Hope is a powerful and emotional new documentary which premiered at the 2021 Slamdance Film Festival. … read more

Dickinson: Season Two Has Fun Taking Poetic License With Its Historical Setting 

Dickinson: Season Two Has Fun Taking Poetic License With Its...
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If you like period costume dramas, then Dickinson, might be just the show for you—but it’s certainly not the one you’re expecting it to be … read more