Film Review: The Gospel According To Charlie

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:34pm

By: Maria Akay David Bussan’s documentary The Gospel According to Charlie follows the downward spiral of the queer Ohioan artist Charlie and his rise to self-acceptance. For the first half of the film, Charlie seems unlikeable, unpersonable, and socially awkward, all due to the fact of his internal conflict to isolate himself from society while yearning to be accepted by a community. And...

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Film Review: Chosen Family

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:33pm

By: Maria Akay Neha Gautam’s eye-opening film Chosen Family features interviews with five women living in a Queer-friendly home in New York City as well as other relevant interviews with people active in the LGBT community. What’s most striking about Gautam’s film is the relatability of all the personalities introduced to the viewer. Each woman, while speaking about their personal lives, are...

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Film Review: The Pilgrim: Paulo Coelho’s Best Story

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:31pm

By: Kerby Pierre “The Pilgrim: Paulo Coelho’s Best Story” is a dark and intense coming of age narrative from Brazilian director Daniel Augusto. The film follows the prolific life of Paulo Coelho; a suicidal teenage boy who then becomes a experienced writer. The biopic like film delves into the power of a dream and what it takes to get there. The film spans over 40 years (the 1960s to 2013)....

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Film Review: Self Medicated: A Film About Art

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:30pm

By Kerby Pierre “Self Medicated: A Film About Art” by Ethan H. Minsker is rare and intriguing documentary. It has a interesting way of being a documentary. With no voice over narration just the interviews driving the story it becomes a daringly controversial film about the people on the outside of society. The film centers self-proclaimed outcasts and gets their perspective on art and the...

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New Partner: Peerspace

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:26pm

For all your filmmaking needs, Peerspace is here to help! Peerspace is an online resource to book locations for film shoots, castings, wrap parties, screenings, and so much more!

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