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Silk Road: A Product of its Time

The “dark web” has always been considered the Wild West of the internet, much to…

ByByNicole SanacoreMay 19, 2021

I Blame Society: A Stab at Meta Horror-Comedy With a Feminist Twist

Love them or hate them, the popularity of “unlikable” protagonists has been on the rise…

ByBybeca dalimonteMay 18, 2021

SXSW 2021: In ‘Language Lessons’ Natalie Morales Tackles Grief and Human Connection in Her Directorial Debut

Two virtual strangers find solace in each other, and use it as a shield to…

ByBySam HoweApril 22, 2021

SXSW 2021: ‘Sound of Violence’ and the Collision of Inherited Trauma and Artistic Obsession

“All I could think of was that I needed to feel it again” Sound of…

ByBySam HoweApril 12, 2021

GFF 2021: ‘Da Capo’ is the New Coming-of-Age Music Film to Fall in Love With

For this year’s Glasgow Film Festival, there was a category of films purely dedicated to…

ByByAmy SmithMarch 14, 2021

RUTH – Justice Ginsburg in her Own Words: A Candid Look at the Career of an American Icon

If you are even remotely concerned when it comes to any kind of equality, then…

ByByErin BaconMarch 11, 2021

GFF 2021: ‘Poppy Field’ Leaves with Very Little Resolution or Impact

Having its UK premiere at the Glasgow Film Festival and soon to show at the…

ByByAmy SmithMarch 6, 2021

Time: A Heartbreaking Portrayal of Love Amidst Incarceration

Mass incarceration in the U.S. is often only discussed through the lens of numbers and…

ByByEmma WardFebruary 7, 2021

PFF 2020: ‘I’m Your Woman’ is a Thrilling and Unpredictable Ride

I’m Your Woman (2020) is the kind of film that gets better the longer you…

ByBydan kinsleyDecember 23, 2020

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