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Movie Review: ‘The Strange Case of Wilhelm Reich’ -23rd New York Jewish Film Festival

Dr. Cameron (Gary Lewis) in The Strange Case of Wilhem Reich.

The film enlightens us about this controversial and brilliant individual of the mid-20th Century. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Bethlehem’

Razi (Tsahi Halevi) speaking on the phone with Sanfur after his brother's death in the film Bethlehem.

Bethlehem is a gripping thriller adventure about a unique relationship between a Palestinian youth and Israeli agent that holds dangerous consequences for both. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Friends From France’ – 23rd New York Jewish Film Festival

Soko as Carole in Friends From France.

Opening night at the 23rd annual New York Jewish Film Festival screened Friends From France (Les Interdits), the drama and political thriller written and directed by Anne Weil and Philippe Kotlarski. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Advocate’

Sachin Mehta and Kristina Klebe in The Advocate

The Advocate is a legal and moral thriller that looks at hard questions of equal justice under a rule of law that is skewed to acquit the wealthy. Is justice possible when the justice system is broken? Ask the advocate. Read More »

Interview: Tamas Harangi, Writer/Director of ‘The Advocate’

With the cast of The Advocate. Tamas Harangi is in the center. At the Dances With Films Festival

Tomas Harangi's first indie feature film, 'The Advocate,' screened at various festivals and will play at the 13th Hungarian Film Festival on November 17 before its DVD release November 19. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Muscle Shoals’

The second studio at Muscle Shoals, with Barry Beckett, Diane Butler, Jimmy Johnson, David Hood and Roger Hawkins

Muscle Shoals, Alabama has been the creative fount for many iconic like musicians like Bono, The Stones and even Alicia Keyes. Read More »

LA Film Fest: Bits and Pieces

Bits and Pieces

This year’s LA Film Fest, sponsored by Film Independent, continued to be a remarkable cultural achievement. But within its 10-day run there were highs and lows. Read More »

DVD Review: Medium Cool (The Criterion Collection)

John Cassellis (Robert Forster) at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago in Haskell Wexler's Medium Cool

The Criterion Collection releases an impressive, feature-packed edition of one of the most important American films of the 1960s: Haskell Wexler's blend of documentary and fiction, Medium Cool. Read More »

Movie Review: Storytelling

This movie is a film director's very own personal diss track. Read More »

TV Review: Independent Lens: Wonder Women: The Untold Story of American Superheroines

Wonder Women: The Untold Story of American Superheroines is an entertaining look at how female super heroes reflect women's history. Read More »