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Promotion
 

A man escapes from the chaos of the city and climbs on a hill in search of solitude. By a solitary tree, he will find it – in person. . The Solitude, an anachronistic, eccentric and tongue-in-cheek being affected by sudde...

 
 
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Kayona Ebony Brown tells a smart and compelling story about a brilliant but broke young woman struggling to build her own record company, while balancing the pitfalls of being single in the worst city in America for single wome...

 
 
Filmreview
 

Review: If I had a commissioning editor and I returned from the Tribeca Film Festival with just one review, that of the film, ‘Actor Martinez’, words would be exchanged. ‘Actor Martinez’ is not so much a film-within-a-film as a...

 
 
Debate
 

It seems like in our day and age of movies and film watching, what started out as simple advertising has grown into a huge business of its own. A simple way to advertise movies to a general audience, to 3 minute trailers showin...

 
 
Article
 

This is not a review of Jeremy Saulnier’s new movie Green Room. Instead, it’s a short case study of one particular aspect of Saulnier’s movie-making strategy as exemplified in Green Room. Sounds like fun, no? The moment in ques...

 
 
Article
 

The trailer for The Magnificent Seven remake was released last week and it looks like bang-tastic western action adventure fun. Check it out below. There is just one thing missing. Something I can’t quite put my finger on….wome...