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Review: Eric Juhola’s documentary begins in 2013, six weeks before the Mathis Family from Fountain, a conservative town in Colorado, filed a lawsuit against Eagleside Elementary when the school refused their six year old, trans...

 
 
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Here we Interview with Eric Juhola, director of Growing Up Coy, which won Best Documentary at this year’s Raindance Film Festival…  Eric, thank you for making time to speak to us! Can you tell us how the Mathis familyR...

 
 
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Fresh from its Best UK Feature win at Raindance, I spoke to the director of haunting psychological drama, Gozo, Miranda Bowen; Interview: Miranda, thanks so much for taking the time to talk with Film Debate. I know this movie h...

 
 
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Orion shares the story of a post-apocalyptic fable set in a future dark age in Detroit and was directed by the award-winning director Asiel Norton. This exciting thriller stars Hollywood film actor David Arquette, British beaut...

 
 
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Miranda Bowen’s Gozo, which had its European premiere at this year’s Raindance Film Festival last week, is a haunting and suspenseful drama with roots in classical mythology, the ghost stories of du Maurier, and the psychologic...