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‘For the Record’ Season One Review & Interview with Stars Anna Hopkins & Julian De Zotti

‘For the Record’ Season One Review & Interview with Stars Anna Hopkins & Julian De Zotti

SYNOPSIS: Ray and Angela just broke up. What if the iconic songs we all know and love had the power to bring them back together? Follow the interconnected people, stories & music that mend their broken hearts. I watched the entire first season of For the Record and I was impressed with how great the writing was. The … Continue reading ‘For the Record’ Season One Review & Interview with Stars Anna Hopkins & Julian De Zotti

SXSW Film Festival: Final Recap

SXSW Film Festival: Final Recap

SXSW is happening virtually this year due to the pandemic and I have the opportunity to take part in the film festival. Each day I will be recapping and shortly reviewing every film, big and small, that I see during the festival. The Drover’s Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson: Directed by Leah Purcell SYNOPSIS: … Continue reading SXSW Film Festival: Final Recap

SXSW Film Festival: ‘Soak’ and ‘Sisters’ Short Film Review’s

SXSW Film Festival: ‘Soak’ and ‘Sisters’ Short Film Review’s

Soak 16 year old Yeonsoo Tak meets her mother who ran away, intent on convincing her to return home. However, as the night wears on, Yeonsoo realizes that her mother has hopes of her own, something that had never occurred to Yeonsoo. Stuck between her mother's new life plans and the pressures from her controlling … Continue reading SXSW Film Festival: ‘Soak’ and ‘Sisters’ Short Film Review’s

SXSW Film Festival: ‘Sophie and The Baron,’ and ‘Puss’ Reviews

Puss (Short Film) Logline: Samantha really wants to get laid, but is having a hard time for some reason.Writer & Director: Leah ShoreCast: Sarah Ellen Stephens, Karl Jacob, Brian Agamie, Mark Blane, Brian w. Smith, William Goerge-Louis The pandemic has been a struggle for single people, and how many different ways we tried to enjoy ourselves throughout this … Continue reading SXSW Film Festival: ‘Sophie and The Baron,’ and ‘Puss’ Reviews

SXSW Film Festival: Day Three Recap

SXSW is happening virtually this year due to the pandemic and I have the opportunity to take part in the film festival. Each day I will be recapping and shortly reviewing every film, big and small, that I see during the festival. Broadcast Signal Intrusion: Directed by Jacob Gentry SYNOPSIS: In the late 90s, a … Continue reading SXSW Film Festival: Day Three Recap