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Interview: Ira Sachs, "Little Men"

I didn’t put Ira Sachs’ Little Men on my top ten of the year thus far list, but if I’d revisited it before seeing Mike Birbiglia’s  134 more words

2016 Films

At First Glance: "The Light Between Oceans"

Dramatic films based on books are a welcome addition, even if the book is better. Without some of these adaptations of more obscure books, one wouldn’t know that such a brilliant author exists. 980 more words


10 Years: “World Trade Center”

When a film is based on true events, or inspired by them, whatever the phrasing, a certain amount of care and respect must be taken. When it’s a film about a major national tragedy, and only a few years have passed, the demands are even higher. 1,600 more words


Film Screening: I Saw The Light



12-2 PM

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Singer and songwriter Hank Williams (Tom Hiddleston) rises to fame in the 1940s, but alcohol abuse and infidelity take a toll on his career and marriage to fellow musician Audrey Mae Williams (Elizabeth Olsen).

20 Years On: “Chain Reaction”

The challenging thing with thrillers, other than making them even somewhat thrilling or suspenseful, is finding a way to continue viewing them as such. Once you see a thriller, going back and watching it again, especially if it was well made, will be tough. 1,454 more words


Good Will Hunting review: One Of The Best Hollywood Dramas

RIP Robin Williams

Will Hunting (Matt Damon) is an orphan living out of money earned by doing labor work with his friends Chuckie (Ben Affleck), Morgan (Casey Affleck) and Billy (Cole Hauser). 866 more words

Reelistic Views

Drama Feature Film Pitch: Prodigal by Chris Courtney Martin

Submit your DRAMA Screenplay to the Festival Today: https://festivalfordrama.com/

Title: Prodigal

Written by: Chris Courtney Martin

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Drama

Logline: A conservative grad student’s life implodes when her troubled stepbrother’s return from rehab disrupts the family’s stability. 34 more words