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Way back in November of 2015, I (Nicole) attended the legendary first-ever Ax Wound Film Festival in Brattleboro, VT. I saw many wonderful short horror films there, and met many fabulous people, including Kristina Leath-Malin who was there to talk about her documentary, My Final Girl, which looks at the black women of 70s/80s horror […]
Summary: W. Kamau Bell & fellow comedian Kevin Avery are absolutely certain of one thing: Denzel Washington is the greatest actor of all time. Period. And every week they will prove it as they talk Denzel with guests, share the latest “Denzel News” and review every Denzel movie in alphabetical order (mostly). You can subscribe to […]
Synopsis: Set in a dystopian desert landscape, a robot family, through the test of tragedy, discovers a dark secret hidden behind the doctrine of a preacher. Learn More At: Battery Life on Vimeo
Summary: “WE ARE IN A VISIBILITY CRISIS! Queer women make up 2% of tv characters and in 2016, 18 female queer characters have already been killed. The representation and longevity of our storylines are at risk. With the support of an all female cast and crew we bring to you queer ladies that are eternal.” […]
There are all sorts of Aliens living throughout space. Johnny is a Space Delivery Man who travels to different planets to deliver packages.
A quirky romantic comedy about a mousy woman who attempts to overcome her shyness and find true love by becoming a clown. Based on the critically-acclaimed short film, and featuring a cast of colorful characters.
In our fourth episode, 4MileCircus partners Sean Mannion and Nicole Solomon talk with filmmaker Christina Raia (Summit, IndieWorks film series) about her social media use around the release of her first feature film, Summit. Part four of a four part interview. We also share a social media tip about putting the social back in social media, and Christina, Sean, and Nicole make up rules for their own film movements (a la Dogme ’95) that they probably won’t follow.
This is a story about the language—and power—of laughter. In a refugee camp on the Syrian-Jordanian border, an unlikely friendship is formed between two young women—Timea, a European clown on a mission to spread joy, and Hanadi, a Syrian refugee convinced that war has robbed her of laughter.
A high school girl has the power to rewind time.