You might be inclined to think that something kinky, even debaucherous, is going on in Carlos Puga’s “Full-Dress.” I went in to this film cold turkey and I have to say that I’ve never laughed harder than I did with this film. Puga cleverly opens “Full-Dress” in a very macho way a la Quentin Tarantino. […]Read more "Dances With Films: “Full-Dress”"
I am a Romeo at heart and I love rom-coms too. That feels like it should be the opening line on my Tinder profile, or heck, maybe even my Facebook page. Instead, it is a good way to sum up my feelings for Brendan Boogie’s “The Sympathy Card,” which sees its Dances With Films Festival […]Read more "Dances With Films: “The Sympathy Card”"
“The Invisible Man and the Blind Girl” had its West Coast premiere at the Dances with Films festival this afternoon. The short film, which has already won two awards, the 24th Annual Palm Beaches Student Showcase of Film, where the film took Short 1st Prize and the 2019 Gold Rami Award at WorldFest-Houston International Film […]Read more "Dances With Films: “The Invisible Man and the Blind Girl” Interview with director Xiao Ma"
From the Associated Press, here is an interview with “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” director, Joe Talbot and the film’s star and co-writer, Jimmie Fails. “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” opened nationwide on June 14. LOS ANGELES (AP) — It’s an unusually chilly and overcast Sunday in Los Angeles when the […]Read more "Joe Talbot and Jimmie Fails Talk About “The Last Black Man in San Francisco”"
Joe Talbot’s The Last Black Man in San Francisco is not what you think it is, and that’s only the beginning of a beautiful journey which slowly unfolds through strong characters and themes that will resonate with audiences for years to come. The Last Black Man in San Francisco, based on Jimmie Fails’ own life, […]Read more "“The Last Black Man in San Francisco”"
Today marks STAR TREK III: THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK’s 35th anniversary. Released in the United States on June 1, 1984, THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK opened on 1,966 screens with an opening box office weekend take of $16,673,295, achieving 21.8% of it’s eventual $76,471,046 domestic box office take ($188,084,916 for inflation.) The film follows Nicholas Meyer’s […]Read more "35 Years Later – ‘Star Trek III: The Search For Spock’"
Following on the heels of his dual films, “Dante’s Inferno – Abandon All Hope” and his animated version, “Dante’s Hell Animated,” documentarian Boris Acosta revealed the first of three feature documentaries that explore the Divine Comedy, “Inferno by Dante.” As a child with a vivid imagination, I took stock in both heaven and hell. I […]Read more "Boris Acosta Blazes Trail to Hell with ‘Inferno by Dante’ doc"