By Monteque Pope-Le Beau Director Li Lu delivers a Tour de Force in her debut feature film “There Is a New World Somewhere” Director Li Lu masterfully crafts a story about the growing pains of life. “There Is a New World Somewhere” is a film which shows the journey we take in life is not as cut and dry as we might think. The … Continue reading Film Review Of Director Li Lu Complex Meditation Which is “There Is a New World Somewhere”
By: Vernon Nickerson Still waters run deep is a proverb of Latin origin now commonly taken to mean that a placid exterior hides a passionate or subtle nature.” (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) “Denial” Writer and Director Derek Hallquist’s exquisitely composed story of his parent Christine Hallquist’s (nee David Hallquist) life, is the ultimate 21st Century story of speaking truth to power. The feature film … Continue reading TROUBLING THE STILL WATERS OF DENIAL: Writer/Director Derek Hallquist’s Beautifully Crafted Telling of His Father’s Journey
By : Alystar McKenneh-O’Neil “Peanut Gallery” is a documentary about revisiting and reexamining the death of a child in a family. Even though the director Molly Gandour was there when her sister died, her parents dealt with the death of their eldest daughter Aimee, Molly’s sister, in a very congenial and dignified way. Icing over the entire thing so as not to upset Molly … Continue reading A Review Of 2016 Slamdance Film “Peanut Gallery”
The Slamdance Cinema Club will be expanding from Arclight Hollywood to include ArcLight Chicago! Both Hollywood and Chicago will host an upcoming series of award winners and audience favorites from Slamdance 2016. Two films will play in each city every month through 2016, ArcLight Chicago will screen the film series featuring award winners and audience favorites from the Slamdance Film Festival such as Fursonas, Honey … Continue reading Slamdance & ArcLight Cinemas take Cinema Club Program Across the Country
All Is Loss: An Individual’s Will to Survive. By Monteque Pope-Le Beau “All Is Lost” is a profound and psychological study of an individuals will to survive. It takes only a few minutes to realize that you are not looking at the movie, but a work of art. It’s minimalists style, lack of dialogue and superb cinematography adds to the appeal of this work of … Continue reading 2013 Cannes Film Festival Review: “All Is Lost”
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