Gem Of A Film

By Steven Buckner Writer/Director Tammy Minoff’s richly layered, award winning directorial debut “Limerence,” cleverly tips the scales on Hollywood’s approach to a romantic comedy. Women get to see themselves in female lead Rosemary—as complex, independent and real, breaking the stereotypes society has fed us. Limerence starts off right away as a romantic comedy with Rosemary (Tammy Minoff) who moves to Venice CA pursues a career … Continue reading Gem Of A Film

Metaphysical Psychological Romance Between The Model And The Photographer

By Stephan Pisko I must fall in love creatively with the subject (or) object before I can sheer through this ‘unseen mystical barrier’ that lingers between the model and photographic artist it is a trusting serenade into one’s space of fragile vulnerability it is a tapping into an unexplainable playground of psychological and metaphysical treats that tempt the creative urge to explore. It doesn’t matter … Continue reading Metaphysical Psychological Romance Between The Model And The Photographer

Two Primal Constants – There Is Nothing But This

By Stephan Pisko The psychological state of you’re mind and the changing confrontational state of another mind’s psychology these are the two primal constants within this physical existence there is nothing but this here. These two elements have built civilizations’ – destroyed civilizations’ – creates wars’ – creates temporary happiness- creates permanent hatred – these are the components of human behavior. We learn not long … Continue reading Two Primal Constants – There Is Nothing But This

Underdog Syndrome

By Stephan Pisko We throw our emotions away cheaply just like the lives we don’t have uselessly you can’t honestly expect anything useful from mainstream employment (or) this commercially fabricated word ‘love’ we don’t understand (or) this other word ‘life’ that no one possesses this is obviously just not thinking we become a victim a low ground sniffing underdog with a syndrome as big as … Continue reading Underdog Syndrome

“Bridget and Iain” Displays The Impact The Walls Of Addiction Has On Family

By William Engel Told with great simplicity and power, “Bridget and Iain” is a heart wrenching story of a mother and son who have a wedge driven between them by the latter’s drug addiction. The film begins with the mother, Bridget, visiting her son, Iain, in rehab. The two of them have a tense conversation about Iain’s current financial and residential situation. Iain claims that … Continue reading “Bridget and Iain” Displays The Impact The Walls Of Addiction Has On Family

“Fear, Love and Agoraphobia” A Distressing Yet Refreshing Look At The Default Difficulties Of Life

  By William Engel “Fear, Love and Agoraphobia” is a sobering, poignant story of two people struggling to break free from their respective prisons – one confined by mental illness, the other by grief. The film follows two different people, whose lives converge about one-third through. The first, a man named Chet (Dustin Coffey), suffers from severe agoraphobia, or fear of sunlight and going outside. … Continue reading “Fear, Love and Agoraphobia” A Distressing Yet Refreshing Look At The Default Difficulties Of Life

2016 Slamdance Film Review ” MY ENEMIES”

By: Alystar McKenneh-O’Neill I would not have been surprised to find the characters dressed in 1900’s period clothing because it feels like a period piece. A good choice made by Director Stephane Gehami to perhaps bring us closer to the frame of mind of the lead character Isabelle, played by Louise Marleau, who finds her last chance at love with the young poet/novelist Cedric, played … Continue reading 2016 Slamdance Film Review ” MY ENEMIES”

A Review Of “All About E” A Simplistic Lesson In Self Acceptance

By: Monteque Pope-Le Beau What does it take for someone to stop running from themselves and face who they are? How hard can it be to step up and be your true self without fear or worry of what others may think about you let alone your family? Sometimes it may be harder than one might think! In the film “All about E” E played … Continue reading A Review Of “All About E” A Simplistic Lesson In Self Acceptance

A Review of “Big Eden” Finding Acceptance And Healing

By: Austin Winter-Chase Sometimes it’s very hard for us to face who we are along with  the fact that we all deserve and our own right to be happy. Sometimes you have to go home to find happiness and acceptance, but most importantly to find yourself and to heal. “Big Eden” is a uniquely American fable about home and family. It hits upon the universal … Continue reading A Review of “Big Eden” Finding Acceptance And Healing