The Report Review: A Fascinating Thriller With Sloth-Like Pacing File Away

Political thrillers tend to go in one of two directions. They either 1) focus on the wartime efforts of those

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Waves Review: A Powerful and Essential Family Drama Which Grows Into One Of The Best Movies Of The Year Oceanside

Sometimes you can’t stop it. You feel helpless, at the mercy of the string of pictures being played before you.

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Interview: Riley Stearns, the Music-Loving Director of The Art of Self-Defense Stearns chats with ease about his passion for music, the speedy shoot for his 2019 drama, and the state of indie filmmaking. 

Riley Stearns’ The Art of Self-Defense shook me. The trailers were unassuming, and at first, didn’t particularly interest me. It

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Drag Kids (NewFest 2019) Review: A Documentary Strutting With Tiny Joy Going Gaga

Laddy Gaga, Queen Lactacia, Suzan Bee Anthony, and Bracken Hanke. Those are the four stage names for the kids at

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