Review: ‘GOD KNOWS WHERE I AM’ documentary is a tragic look at mental illness.




In January 2008, the body of a homeless woman is found in an abandoned New Hampshire farmhouse. Beside the body, lies a diary that documents the last months of her Read More →

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: ‘BURLESQUE: HEART OF THE GLITTER TRIBE’ gives you a peek behind the feathers and the lives of the performers




BURLESQUE: HEART OF THE GLITTER TRIBE explores the world of burlesque and its growing popularity across the U.S.  The film invites audiences to experience this art form up close and personal 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 →

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 →

Trailer & TEDtalk: ‘THE UNCONDEMNED’ is a riveting documentary about an underdog group of lawyers and activists who defied the odds to do what had never been done: prosecute rape as an international war crime




Presents In Theaters Starting Friday October 21st A film by Michele Mitchell and Nick Louvel Featuring Original Music by Aloe Blacc and Maya Jupiter Watch their Live performance of ‘Smile’ at Global Citizen Michele Mitchell is a 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: ‘WE THE PEOPLE: THE MARKET BASKET EFFECT’ puts the humanity in corporation.




PRESENTS AN NBTV STUDIOS AND BUNGALOW MEDIA + ENTERTAINMENT FILM  WE THE PEOPLE: THE MARKET BASKET EFFECT As a proud New Englander transplanted to New York City, I have a great Read More →

Review: ‘THE BRAINWASHING OF MY DAD’ takes on The Right and how wrong they really are.




in association with JSenko Productions
and Cinco Dedos Peliculas present Everyday, I have the urge to block friends on Facebook. The vitriolic political rhetoric being thrown around in both “article” and meme Read More →

Review: Now available on VOD, film festival favorite ‘ANGEL OF NANJING’ soars.




Balance Films and Blue Bus Productions Presents In the US, depression is a subject we either tackle with prescription drugs or after a suicide. Most of us are so consumed with Read More →

Shocking Tribeca doc ‘DREAM/KILLER’ finally gets released in theaters!




One of the most acclaimed docs from this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, dream/killer,  is being released in NY today and in LA next Friday, Dec 11th. Fans of the podcast Read More →

Review: ‘TRANSFATTY LIVES’ makes living for something, everything.




Presents So many of us participated in “The Ice Bucket Challenge”. The real question is, how many of us took 60 seconds to Google why we were doing it? Patrick Read More →

New York Film Festival 53 Review: ‘Ingrid Bergman- In Her Own Words’




While Ingrid Bergman is undoubtedly one of the most iconic faces in film history, her personal life may be an enigma to the average movie goer. In the NYFF53 documentary, Read More →

Liz’s Review: ‘HOMME LESS’ is worth far more than 1000 words.




From his dapper appearance and his suave sensibilities, you’d never guess that Mark Reay is homeless in NYC. Using a YMCA locker room as his bathroom and personal storage system, Read More →

Tribeca Film Festival review: It’s easier to squirm than to understand ‘A Courtship’, but don’t be too quick to judge.




We’ve all seen The Duggar Family on television. Courting is something that has a tendency to be labeled a bit kooky. No kissing, supervised “dates”, and approval needed from the Read More →

NYFF 52- Review: ‘The Look of Silence’ is loud in its message.




In the 2013 New Directors/New Films fest, we were privileged enough to see Joshua Oppenheimer’s The Act of Killing. The film chronicled the leaders of a government led military killing brigade Read More →