HIV is 100% Preventable: A Film Review of WALK ON

Walk On 84 mins. | USA Director: Mark Bashian What do you get when an HIV positive guy and a quadriplegic comic, an amputee Paralympic sprinter, and a disabled Purple Heart Veteran get together? Sounds like the set-up…

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April 21, 2014 by | Category: Uncategorized | Comments (0)


AN INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL FITZGERALD

INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL FITZGERALD [Taos film producer Michael Fitzgerald is the subject of a retrospective at the 2014 Santa Fe Film Festival, with the showing of his films “Pledge,” “The Three Burials of Melquidas Estrada” and “Closer to…

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April 20, 2014 by | Category: Uncategorized | Comments (0)


Whose side are you on? A Review of “Wrenched”

Wrenched Feature Documentary | 92 mins. | USA Director: ML Lincoln According to “Wrenched,” in the waning days of World War II young Edward Abbey was drafted and bound for Japan when news came of the Hiroshima bombing….

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“My Forest”: Joy, Heartache and a Run Through the Forest

My Forest Shown with: Wrenched Feature Documentary | 92 mins. | USA Director: ML Lincoln My Forest How many words does it take to express joy? In the case of “My Forest,” from Belgian Director Sebastien Pins, not…

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CLOSER TO THE MOON: A review by Diane Thomas and Bill Osher

Closer to the Moon Narrative Feature | 112 mins. | USA /Romania/Italy/Poland Director: Nae Caranfil RELATED: Read Diane Thomas’s Interview with Michael Fitzgerald You could sum up the American-Romanian feature film collaboration “Closer to the Moon” as a…

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Food, Infidelity and Self-Deception: The Choices we make A review of “Growing Pains: Adolescent Short Films for Adults”

Click: “Growing Pains: Adolescent Short Films for Adults” “Growing Pains: Adolescent Short Films for Adults” is a bill of four separate short films with a common theme of taking responsibility for life choices. ACQUIRED TASTE Short | 33…

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Sometimes the Training Wheels Just Come Off: A Review of THE CLUB

The Club Feature Documentary | 72 mins. | USA Directors: Katie Green and Carlye Rubin This is not a club you wish you were in. This is not a club that anyone wants to be in. Full disclosure….

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Are You Gonna Be All Right? A Review of The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada

Narrative Feature | 124 mins. | USA Director: Tommy Lee Jones “Are you gonna be all right?” It’s the last thing we hear in The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada. And it’s the first thing we think about…

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Beaches, Coffee and Day Dreams: A Review of “The Novelist”

Beaches, Coffee and Day Dreams A Review of “The Novelist” Many of us dream of abandoning our day jobs to any number of things: selling hotdogs on the beach, trolling for large ocean-going fish or perhaps running away…

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Moving from Emptiness: the Life and Art of a Zen Dude

Documentary Feature |69 mins. | USA Director: Shaeri Richards, Jerry Hartleben Zen, Life and the Art of Non-Doing A Review of “Moving from Emptiness: the Life and Art of a Zen Dude” What is Zen? Short answer: silence…

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Nothing in Los Angeles

Nothing In Los Angeles Narrative Feature | 94 mins. | USA Directors: Rob Herring, Alexander Tovar This could be called a romantic dramedy with excellent production values. Quinn, played by Alexander Tovar, who also directed, stars, produced, and…

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The Other Brother

The Other Brother Documentary Feature | 71 mins. | USA Director: Kristy Higby This engaging documentary deals with two artistically creative brothers, estranged for 56 years, who truly went their separate ways. Jesse and Tom Flowers’ early backgrounds…

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