White Lightnin’ – Review

White Lightnin’ – Review
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Director: Dominic Murphy For those who are familiar with Jesco White, or have seen the documentary featuring the eccentric hillbilly – prepare to be surprised and shocked. Dominic Murphy’s White

Paul Oakenfold at Downstairs

Paul Oakenfold at Downstairs
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A late night party sponsored by LIVEstyle Entertainment featured legendary trance/house DJ and producer Paul Oakenfold, LIVEstyle is one of the largest event producers at North American film festivals, and

Dare – Review

Dare – Review
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Dare Sundance Film Festival Director: Adam Salky Alexa (Emmy Rossum) is the typical over-achieving high school brown-noser who wants to be a Broadway star, but once she’s told she has

Why We Laugh: Black Comedians on Black Comedy – Review

Why We Laugh: Black Comedians on Black Comedy – Review
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Why We Laugh: Black Comedians on Black Comedy Sundance Film Festival Director: Robert Townsend What a perfect and appropriate film to witness as President Obama was sworn into office just

Lymelife – Review

Lymelife – Review
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Lymelife Sundance Film Festival Director: Derick Martini Director Derick Martini grants the audience access to significant moments of his personal life in this coming-of-age drama about first loves, failed marriages,

Common at Harry O’s

Common at Harry O’s
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Common’s performance at Harry O’s was a refreshing and invigorating, the seasoned rapper played many of his familiar hits, bringing the crowd to a near frenzy of hip hop arm

Nollywood Babylon – Review

Nollywood Babylon – Review
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Nollywood Babylon Sundance Film Festival Directors: Ben Addelman and Samir Mallal With a population of 14 million, Lagos, Nigeria is the third largest film producing country in the world, trailing

World’s Greatest Dad – Review

World’s Greatest Dad – Review
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World’s Greatest Dad Sundance Film Festival Director: Bob Goldthwait It’s seems that it will become a tradition at Sundance that whenever you see Bob Goldthwait listed as director, you know

Five Minutes of Heaven – Review

Five Minutes of Heaven – Review
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Five Minutes of Heaven Sundance Film Festival Director: Oliver Hirschbiegel Unbeknownst to me, the comedic screening of Manure was switched to Oliver Hirschbiegel’s drama of murder, revenge, justice, and forgiveness