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43. Closed on Mondays

I decided to visit a hidden gem after school today; a retro, old-school movie theatre, The Projector. It’s known for its clean, minimalist interior decor, giving it a “retro” vibe, and the films shown there are not commercialized, feature-films, unlike other movie theatres. 47 more words


“Nasty Baby” usa el realismo más puro para hablarnos de la violencia invisible

Un chico con acento latino recibe en su piso, típico escenario brooklinense, al dueño de una galería de arte. Tras una breve conversación sobre las plantas que decoran la luminosa cocina, le explica que su nuevo trabajo será un vídeo donde él, artista en su treintena, imitará los movimientos de un bebé. 523 more words


The House of Screaming Death

In September 2012, a group of slightly crazy people were putting the finishing touches to the award winning “Checking In” and talking about what to do next. 328 more words


In Your Eyes - Movie Review

This movie was very well directed, casted, and produced. It was also edited just right. However, this movie was hard to get into from the start. 109 more words

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Indie Actor Spotlight: Tim Jacobs – star of the upcoming indie sci-fi 'District C-11'

I’m always intrigued by indie sci-fi films and today I have the privilege to highlight an up-and-coming indie actor, who happens to be the boyfriend of my good friend/colleague Ashley.  1,436 more words

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"Let Me Down Hard" Premieres at Garden State Film Festival 2016

“Let Me Down Hard”

Last night my husband and I attended the premiere of “Let Me Down Hard” at the Garden State Film Festival” in Atlantic City in support of Keith Roth, who played the lead of Jack Ainsley. 520 more words

Time out of Mind - Movie Review

This movie was not all bad, but not all good either. The basis of the movie is about a homeless guy trying to make his way in NYC. 107 more words

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