A SOUPED–UP ‘68 CAMARO AND A SATURDAY NIGHT IN HOLLYWOOD SPARK THE 1975 LOVERS-ON-THE-RUN CULT FAVORITE With a ’70s top hit soundtrack from Elton John to Bob Dylan to The Temptations, and a shiny cherry red ’68 Camaro, it’s easy to see why Aloha, Bobby and Rose is such a treasure. Written and directed by […]
Darcy Starring Gus Birney and Johnathan Tchaikovsky The 2018 Socially Relevant Film Festival, which showcases exceptional independent cinema and international films dedicated to social issues is almost over — but there is still time to catch the anticipated indie coming-of-age drama DARCY co-directed by Heidi Philipsen-Meissner and Jon Russell Cring. Gus Birney (“The Mist”) stars as […]
A conversation with ‘Chavela’ Director Catherine Gund about the Rebel Icon, Feminism and Music
Happy last Saturday of 2017! It’s a snow day here in Brooklyn, so I wanted to let you in on some great indie gems now streaming online. You may have missed these award-winning films in theaters, but they are now streaming online for binge-watching snow days like today. So cuddle up with some wine and […]
Acclaimed photographer Nilangana “Olive” Banerjee takes an insightful look at the violent and sometimes sexual themes of nursery rhymes in the upcoming photo exhibit “Lullaby,” set to tour next year. “I learned long ago that these nursery rhymes that we’re all familiar with are very violent and very disturbing and really not suitable for children,” Banerjee […]
A MAN CALLED OVE IS THE NUMBER ONE FOREIGN LANGUAGE ARTHOUSE RELEASE OF THE YEAR A Man Called Ove, Sweden’s most successful domestic film of all time, is now this year’s top grossing foreign language arthouse film in the U.S. with over 200 engagements in all major markets and a projected box office of over […]
Set in a lavish brothel in 19th Century Paris, “Maison Close” is an irresistible drama series following the women of “The Paradise,” an infamous bordello.