Film Review: Saturday Night Special

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:58pm

By: Brittany Conrad Saturday Night Special, a short film by Esteban Garcia Vernaza, personifies the urban class in a raw light. With references to gang culture and weaponry, even the title evokes a somber feeling. Through provocative cinematography, and jarring imagery we see life through the eyes of Wesley, a teenager living in Harlem with his mother and sister. His mother seems unfit,...


Film Review: Entropic

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:58pm

By: Brittany Conrad Written and directed by Sebastian Savino, Entropic, is a short film about a scientist who encounters colliding universes while trying to uncover the meaning of life. This futuristic parody splits between two universes, and meets in the middle disrupting a small town grocery store robbery in another word. There our scientist finds the unlikely answer to his...


Film Review: Bruce

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:57pm

By: Brittany Conrad The harsh reality of finding a balance between the paper chase and life as a starving artist is confronted in this heartwarming comedy about a soon to be father who makes contact with his inner child in the form of an imaginary friend named Bruce. From director Christopher Bayon, Bruce, is story about an artist trying to make ends meet to please his partner, Ali, by...


Film Review: Waiting

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:57pm

By: Brittany Conrad Waiting is a story of second chance and new opportunity as seen through the eyes of three Italian immigrants striving to make do for themselves in New York City. As stated by filmmaker, Cristian Piazza, “choices are what define us as human beings.” Paulo Buffagini is an aspiring Opera singer who has rewired his life and career to start anew with little musical training at...


Film Review: Day Six

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:56pm

By: Sungwoo Park Dia Seis (Day Six) tells the story of the unrequited love between two individuals, trapped by their feelings and their built personas. When Carmen suddenly learns that she faces a life-threatening disease, she makes the decision to break free of those restraints and embark on a trip to the coast. Dia Seis is a sensual and slow-moving experience, highlighted by standout...


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