Tuesday , February 25 2020

Reviews film

Anthem Film Review: ‘No Safe Spaces’ Redux and Grand Prize, Too

It takes a long time to perfect a film. Last year, the producers of No Safe Spaces brought it to the Anthem Film Festival to get feedback on their work-in-progress. This year, they were back at Anthem with a “95% done version.” But, as true creatives, they were still open to suggestions for improvements. Not many improvements will likely be needed, as the film won the Anthem Grand Prize for director Justin Folk and producer Mark Joseph.

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Exclusive Interview: Filmmaker Linda Palmer on Her Quirky and Touching ‘Turnover’

This new film by writer/director Linda Palmer will make you love the characters. It's a quirky but charming story of people down on their luck who end up helping one another in spite of themselves.

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SXSW 2019 Documentary Review: ‘Autonomy’: Self-Driving Cars: Can You Sleep at the Wheel?

Autonomy SXSW

If people stopped owning cars, what would our cities, currently configured with huge parking structures and optimized for rush hour traffic, evolve into?

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SXSW 2019 Film Review: ‘The Highwaymen’ – An Un-Remake of ‘Bonnie and Clyde’

Highwaymen SXSW NETFLIX

In an era when every third film out of Hollywood is a remake, seeing a new take on an old story is refreshing. The Highwaymen, by Netflix, approaches a tale we have probably seen before, the story of Bonnie and Clyde, from a new angle — the perspective of the …

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