Review: ‘New Chefs On The Block’ serves up one hell of an amuse bouche at Cinequest.




PresentsThe restaurant industry is brutal. One day you’re open with a line of customers, the next, your doors are locked and dreams are crushed. I’ve lived all over the US Read More →

Review: ‘When The Bough Breaks’ takes an emotionally impactful look at PPD.




Presents I remember the disappointment when after 16 hrs of laboring, I wasn’t progressing with my son. C-section it would have to be. Okay. As long as he’s healthy, that’s Read More →

Review: Meet the ‘Tree Man’ who works every Christmas selling trees in New York City




Every holiday season, hundreds of Christmas tree sellers from across North America descend upon the streets of New York City to ply their trade. Having left their homes and families Read More →

Review: ‘BEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL THINGS’ aren’t always what you expect.




Synopsis: In rural Maine, a bold and magnetic 20-year-old woman named Michelle Smith lives with her mother Julie. Michelle is quirky and charming, legally blind and diagnosed on the autism spectrum, with Read More →

Documentary Film UPDATE: The San Antonio 4 get complete exoneration just in time for Thanksgiving!




Happy Thanksgiving!  We are so excited to bring you this breaking news about THE SAN ANTONIO 4 – subjects of the award winning documentary “SOUTHWEST OF SALEM: THE STORY OF Read More →

DOC NYC Review: ‘SWIM TEAM’ challenges our idea of winners and losers.




SWIM TEAM To level the playing field, they had to get into the water. Official Selection Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival *Winner – Best  Sports Documentary * New Hampshire Film Festival Read More →

Review: ‘BLOOD ON THE MOUNTAIN’ runs deep into the West Virginia soil.




presentsCoal Country, West Virginia is filled with workers whose way of life has been ingrained for generation after generation. It proves to put food on the table but at what Read More →

Review: Hope for peace exists in the documentary ‘Disturbing the Peace’




www.reconsider.org www.disturbingthepeacefilm.com Country of Origin: United States, Israel, Palestine, Languages: English, Arabic and Hebrew w/ English subtitles ***2016 Hampton International Film Festival Winner – Conflict & Resolution*** ***2016 Traverse City Film Read More →

DOC NYC Review: ‘AFTER FIRE’ proves that women in the military are not equal.




AFTER FIRE Synopsis: Set in the military outpost of San Antonio, Texas, AFTER FIRE highlights the challenges faced by the fastest-growing group of American veterans: women, who now account for one in Read More →

Review: Unveiling an international empire in the astounding documentary “Tickled”




Catfish meets Compliance in David Farrier and Dylan Reeve’s jaw-dropping documentary Tickled. David Farrier is a New Zealand journalist who stumbled upon what seemed like just an unusual sport of men’s Read More →

New series & documentary slate from XLrator Media & J2 Films on the Lifeframe label including ‘Cosplay Universe’ & ‘Origins’




XLrator Media (Jimi: All Is By My Side, The Machine) and J2 Films (We Are X) have announced they will co-produce a slate of pop culture and music-focused documentaries and TV series for worldwide distribution Read More →

Review” ‘SOUTHWEST OF SALEM’ tells the story of ‘The San Antonio Four’ and their ongoing pursuit for exoneration. #FREETHESA4




SOUTHWEST OF SALEM: THE STORY OF THE SAN ANTONIO FOUR, opening in NEW YORK on SEPTEMBER 16 at CINEMA VILLAGE.More often than not, when we think about our legal system Read More →

Netflix & New York Film Festival announce opening night film, the original documentary ‘The 13th’ from Ava DuVernay




The Film Society of Lincoln Center announces Ava DuVernay’s documentary The 13th as the Opening Night selection of the 54th New York Film Festival (September 30 – October 16), making Read More →

Review: ‘LOVE BETWEEN THE COVERS’ makes sex and power synonymous.




As a child, I saw my mother as a voracious reader. Danielle Steel covered our bookshelves end to end in hardcover glory. When we used to summer in Cape Cod Read More →

Review: There is no denying ‘THE TIME TO CHOOSE’ is Now.




Presents TIME TO CHOOSE Narrated by Oscar Isaac I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, anyone who thinks climate change is a manufactured idea, to me, is way Read More →

Review: Jared Leto executive produced doc ‘HOLY HELL’ leaves a singed psyche.




HOLY HELL Opening Theatrically May 27th, 2016 A Film by Will Allen Executive Produced by Jared Leto *Sundance Film Festival – Official Selection* What makes something a cult? According to the Read More →

New Trailer for ‘Tickled’ – about competitive endurance tickling – looks surprisingly dark & mysterious




One of the most talked-about films at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, TICKLED begins with reporter David Farrier stumbling upon a bizarre “competitive endurance tickling” video online, wherein young men Read More →

Tribeca Film Festival: ‘Team Foxcatcher’ from Netflix, ‘Always Shine’ & ‘Little Boxes’




Of the last few days of the festival, these three films were among my favorites. Team Foxcatcher Meant to be a retreat for elite American athletes, Foxcatcher Farms, and all Read More →