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The M Report with Marlon Wallace is Delmarva's local source of what's hot and what's not at the movies and in the media.

There are many films playing at your local multiplex. Hundreds more are marinating on local video store shelves or waiting to be downloaded from a myriad of online sources.

Which ones are worth your money? Which are worth mewling about? The M Report will help take away some of the confusion.

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Movie Review - 6 Angry Women (Portland Film Festival)

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There have been quite a few remakes or homages to the classic film 12 Angry Men (1957). This movie, written and directed by Sridhar M. Reddy, is another but with some significant differences. More>>

Movie Review - Touched With Fire (Portland Film Festival)

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Dr. Kay Jamison wrote a book called Touched With Fire about manic-depressive illness. This movie could be considered an adaptation of that book, but not really. More>>

Movie Review - Yosemite (Portland Film Festival)

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Writer-director Gabrielle Demeestere was one of the filmmakers who worked on The Color of Time, the film where James Franco played Pulitzer Prize-winning poet C.K. Williams. Demeestere now adapts some of the short stories in Franco's book A California Childhood. More>>

Movie Review - GRU-PDX (Portland Film Festival)

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This documentary by Daniel Barosa is about a two-man, music group named Quarto Negro who travels back-and-forth for half-a-year as the two men work to finish their second album. More>>

Movie Review - Birds of Neptune (Portland Film Festival)

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Two, orphaned sisters in Portland, Oregon, have to make a choice about the current state of her lives. More>>

The M Report Presents: 3rd Annual Portland Film Festival

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The festival has become Oregon's largest film event. It will screen 80 narrative and documentary features, as well as 134 short films, culled from 3500 submissions. More>>

Movie Review - Straight Outta Compton

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This film charts the formation of the rap group N.W.A. and its now iconic and legendary members in a time of racial tension and gang violence in Compton, California. More>>

Movie Review - Mother's Day (2015) (Short)

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Oscar-winner Melissa Leo and Gabriel Furman star in this short film about saying goodbye. Furman also writes. Jeff Tan directs. More>>

Movie Review - Godless (2015)

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Two brothers reunite after the death of their parents and have to deal with issues that they've kept secret since childhood. More>>

Movie Review - Blood Cells

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A man watches a pile of dead livestock burn in a fire. It comes after the last cow is killed on what is now an empty farm. It's a powerful and a bit of an arresting image. The opening of this film references a crisis in the UK back in 2001. An outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease severely affected British agriculture back then. More>>

Suzanne Guacci: The Making of 'Stuff'

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The family drama 'Stuff' (2015) had its world premiere in June at the Frameline Film Festival, one of the oldest and biggest showcases of LGBT productions. It also screened at Outfest Los Angeles, another venue for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender films. Yet, writer-director Suzanne Guacci hopes that future audiences aren't only those who would attend such festivals. More>>

Movie Review - Stuff (2015)

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Yvonne Jung plays Debra Murdoch, one-half of a lesbian couple with two kids, two daughters in fact, and she's also having marital problems, leading her to possibly have an affair. More>>

Movie Review - Jurassic World

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The movie is essentially a remake of Jurassic Park (1993) that acknowledges the original. It's a sequel really, an almost direct one, skipping the two sequels between 1993 and now, but strangely I had the same problem with this movie as I did with 'Insurgent'. More>>

Movie Review - Alex & Ali (Frameline Fest Review)

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Documentary on a 35-year reunion between two men in love but in two different countries and cultures.
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Q & A: Michelle Ehlen's World Premiere of 3rd Chapter in Jamie and Jill Trilogy

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'S&M Sally' has its world premiere at the Frameline Film Festival. It's a comedy about a lesbian couple, Jamie and Jill who explore the underground world of BDSM, while their friends David and Lola juggle a possible threesome.
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Movie Review - Beautiful Something (Frameline Fest Review)

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Joseph Graham's latest feature, as writer-director, is very much a spiritual sequel to his amazing, feature debut 'Strapped' (2010). It's a film that takes place all in one 24-hour period, mainly all during one night, exploring the lives and loves of various gay men.
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The Two Michaels, the Makers of 'The Surface'

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This article is based on a conversation with the two creative forces behind the making of this movie. The first is Michael J. Saul, the writer and director. The other is Michael Redford, the actor and star. More>>

Movie Review - The Surface (Frameline Fest Review)

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World Premiere of Michael J. Saul's feature focusing on an aspiring filmmaker with no past who becomes obsessed with the past of a handsome older man.
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Movie Review - S&M Sally (Frameline Fest Review)

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Michelle Ehlen completes her trilogy, which started with Butch Jamie in 2007 and continued with Heterosexual Jill in 2013. Ehlen plays Jamie, a lesbian who comes across as a bit more masculine. She's dating and is in love with Jill, played by Jen McPherson.
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Movie Review - San Andreas

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For me, the imagery and plot here was more reminiscent of Twister (1996) and even Superman (1978).
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Jay Dockendorf: Director of 'Naz & Maalik'

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'Naz & Maalik' is the new, independent film that will play at Frameline39, the film festival in San Francisco for LGBT movies this month. Jay Dockendorf wrote and directed the film, which is set in New York. It's about two young, black Muslims who fell in love with each other.
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Movie Review - Naz & Maalik (Frameline Fest Review)

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The movie centers on characters who aren't normally the center of a romantic story, that of two, gay, black, Muslim teenagers in Brooklyn who are under suspicion by the FBI. More>>

Movie Review - Mad Max: Fury Road

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Rising, British movie-star Tom Hardy and Oscar-winner Charlize Theron lead the latest in the 'Mad Max' franchise, originated in 1979 with Mel Gibson. This movie is a wild and colorful, non-stop action ride.
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Movie Review - The Water Diviner: IMAX

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The Water Diviner was released last year in Australia where it won several awards from Australia's version of the Oscars. It's only getting a limited release in the United States, art house theaters but mostly on IMAX screens.
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Movie Review - Furious 7

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I believe there will be more sequels in this The Fast and the Furious franchise, but if there aren't, this film crafts a conclusion that works. It could be a nice cap for two reasons. One reason is because Paul Walker who played the original protagonist has died.
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Movie Review - Insurgent

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Everything in it is just a rehashing of everything in the first, except this time the female protagonist has shorter hair. More>>

Movie Review - The Duff

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Mae Whitman stars as Bianca Piper, a junior or senior at Malloy High School who is a writer for the school newspaper and who realizes she's something called "the duff," or D.U.F.F., which stands for Designated Ugly Fat Friend. More>>

Movie Review - Focus (2015)

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Will Smith plays Nicky, a con artist who meets an amateur con artist named Jess, played by Margot Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street). More>>

Movie Review - Selma

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There's fear. There's violence. There's heartbreak but also compassion and empathy. This film soars in those regards, and for all of that, it is the best film of the year. More>>

Movie Review - Into the Woods (2014)

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This is rather appropriate because the musical is itself a mash-up of several fairytale stories. It actually takes the Cinderella story, the Jack and the Beanstalk story, the Little Red Riding Hood story and the Rapunzel story, and combines and crosses those story-lines, wondering what if those characters interacted. More>>

Movie Review - Unbroken

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Tons of war films and sports films have depicted the unbreakable human spirit and the ability of mankind to endure tough, abusive and even torturous physical challenges. Director Angelina Jolie's second feature is now another to add to the list and it's one to go to the bottom, as it doesn't stand out or does anything to make it rise. More>>

Movie Review - The Imitation Game

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Alan Mathison Turing, a mathematician and professor who died in 1954 at the age of 41. Turing was known as the man who designed the basic concept or machine that would become the digital computer.
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Movie Review - Wild (2014)

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This is an adaptation of a book by Cheryl Strayed who actually hiked the Pacific Crest Trail, a 1000-mile pathway from Mexico to Canada. It's a great accomplishment, but I'm not sure if it's enough to have a movie made about her.
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Movie Review - Still Alice

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Moore does a good job of portraying this woman dealing with this illness as it deconstructs her bit by bit. However, with the exception of one moment, the scenes that noticeably demonstrate Alice's Alzheimer's are not what sold the film for me.
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Movie Review - Big Hero 6

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Elements from a Marvel Comics series were used to develop this animated film. As such, things feel very familiar. The inherent ideas here are not that far flung The Avengers (2012) or even this year's Guardians of the Galaxy. It's basically the story of how a group of heroes band together to stop a super-powered villain.
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Movie Review - Interstellar

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Because there's no sound in space, director and co-writer Christopher Nolan makes sure to get as much loud noises out his system in the first hour as possible. The booming bass is just over-the-top throughout this movie but it's really at earthquake proportions in the first 60 minutes. Nolan rumbles you in your seat. I shutter to think of the experience in a 4D theater, but, yes, the movie is too loud. It's too long and it's way too stupid.
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Movie Review - Finding Fela!

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In 2009, the Broadway musical Fela! opened in New York. Oscar-winning, documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney interviews Bill T. Jones, the choreographer and one of the creative forces who produced Fela!. Jones talks about the making of the musical, while Gibney parallels the producing of the musical to also tell the story of the musical's real-life subject, Nigeria's most famous musician, Fela Kuti, the development of his style of music, as well as his political activism.
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Movie Review - The Equalizer (2014)

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Again, a movie adaptation of a TV series! This one is a remake of a yet another detective show. Unlike Veronica Mars or Miami Vice, this film adaptation changes the race of the main character and makes him black. Denzel Washington stars as Robert McCall. More>>

Movie Review - Gone Girl

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Directed by Oscar-winner David Fincher, working from Gillian Flynn's adaptation of her own novel, the film divides its attention in the first hour between the disappearance of Nick Dunne's wife Amy and the budding and eventual declining romance between the two.
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Movie Review - For Those in Peril

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Immediately after seeing this movie, it instantly became a candidate for one of the best films of the year. It's innovative. It's raw. It's powerful. It's a bit of a knockout.
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Movie Review - The Maze Runner

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Most people make the comparison to Lord of the Flies, but if you've ever seen the short-lived, NBC series Persons Unknown (2010), this movie is essentially that. It's Divergent meets The Truman Show, but instead of being the best of both worlds, it's likely the worst or the easiest. More>>

Movie Review - The Drop (2014)

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Tom Hardy plays your everyday, Brooklyn bartender in the crime drama "The Drop." It's a less political "Killing Them Softly" (2012) or a watered-down version of "Bullhead".
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Julián Hernández talks new film 'I Am Happiness on Earth'

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Julián Hernández directed the film I Am Happiness on Earth (Yo soy la felicidad de este mundo). Born in 1972 in Mexico City, this is Hernández's fourth feature. Hernández spoke by phone with the help of a translator about this film.
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Movie Review - Guardians of the Galaxy

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Yes, it shares a lot of its DNA with Star Wars, but, given its level of humor, co-writer and director James Gunn has placed this film somewhere between George Lucas' very first action-adventure and Mel Brooks' spoof Spaceballs (1987). More>>

Movie Review - A Most Wanted Man

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Philip Seymour Hoffman's final full performance before he died was as Günther Bachmann, a middle-age, German spy who is overweight, who smokes a lot and who plays the piano, as he does as he says, "make the world a safer place." Based on the novel by John le Carré!
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  • DVD Review - Three in a Bed

    DVD Review - Three in a Bed

    Tuesday, April 21 2015 5:24 PM EDT2015-04-21 21:24:46 GMT
    Tuesday, April 21 2015 5:28 PM EDT2015-04-21 21:28:36 GMT
    Half-way into the movie, the image of three people in a bed appears. We learn that the three are an older brother and his two younger sisters. Brothers and sisters sharing a bed aren't uncommon.More
    Half-way into the movie, the image of three people in a bed appears. We learn that the three are an older brother and his two younger sisters. Brothers and sisters sharing a bed aren't uncommon.
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  • DVD Review - Happy Valley

    DVD Review - Happy Valley

    Wednesday, April 8 2015 5:48 PM EDT2015-04-08 21:48:53 GMT
    Wednesday, April 8 2015 5:48 PM EDT2015-04-08 21:48:53 GMT
    This documentary follows the Jerry Sandusky trial and the penalties that befell famed, football coach Joe Paterno and the school for which he worked, Penn State University.More
    This documentary follows the Jerry Sandusky trial and the penalties that befell famed, football coach Joe Paterno and the school for which he worked, Penn State University.
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  • DVD Review - Victori: The Truth Just Can't Be One Thing

    DVD Review - Victori: The Truth Just Can't Be One Thing

    Wednesday, February 18 2015 6:25 PM EST2015-02-18 23:25:20 GMT
    Wednesday, February 18 2015 6:25 PM EST2015-02-18 23:25:20 GMT
    This documentary by Michael Melamedoff is about the middle-age, Korean painter Victor Victori. It's reminiscent of last year's Oscar-nominee Cutie and the Boxer about the Japanese painter Ushio Shinohara. Melamedoff, however, focuses on Victori's, 25-year-old son, Edward Victori, a former investment banker who becomes an art consultant and seller for his dad's work.More
    This documentary by Michael Melamedoff is about the middle-age, Korean painter Victor Victori. It's reminiscent of last year's Oscar-nominee Cutie and the Boxer about the Japanese painter Ushio Shinohara. Melamedoff, however, focuses on Victori's, 25-year-old son, Edward Victori, a former investment banker who becomes an art consultant and seller for his dad's work.
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  • TV Review - Bruce Jenner: The Interview

    TV Review - Bruce Jenner: The Interview

    Wednesday, May 6 2015 2:53 PM EDT2015-05-06 18:53:31 GMT
    Wednesday, May 6 2015 2:53 PM EDT2015-05-06 18:53:31 GMT
    ABC's 20/20 did a Diane Sawyer special where Sawyer has a sit-down with Bruce Jenner, the Olympic athlete who became a reality TV star. What makes this special interesting or relevant is Jenner's confirmation and his public admission of being transgendered.More
    ABC's 20/20 did a Diane Sawyer special where Sawyer has a sit-down with Bruce Jenner, the Olympic athlete who became a reality TV star. What makes this special interesting or relevant is Jenner's confirmation and his public admission of being transgendered.
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  • TV Review - Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

    TV Review - Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

    Thursday, March 19 2015 1:10 PM EDT2015-03-19 17:10:53 GMT
    Thursday, March 19 2015 1:10 PM EDT2015-03-19 17:10:53 GMT
    Created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, this series feels a lot like 30 Rock. It has a lot of the same sensibilities. All the characters are wonderful and hilarious. The writing is witty and sharp. The direction is superb. The acting is spot on.More
    Created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, this series feels a lot like 30 Rock. It has a lot of the same sensibilities. All the characters are wonderful and hilarious. The writing is witty and sharp. The direction is superb. The acting is spot on.
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  • TV Review - House of Cards: Season 3

    TV Review - House of Cards: Season 3

    Monday, March 2 2015 3:10 PM EST2015-03-02 20:10:43 GMT
    Monday, March 2 2015 3:10 PM EST2015-03-02 20:10:43 GMT
    Kevin Spacey returns as Frank Underwood, the crazy and conniving politician who manipulated and even murdered his way into the White House. This third season sees him as interim President of the United States working to implement his plans and hold onto his power.More
    Kevin Spacey returns as Frank Underwood, the crazy and conniving politician who manipulated and even murdered his way into the White House. This third season sees him as interim President of the United States working to implement his plans and hold onto his power.
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  • Joshua Lim's 'Godless' - The Making of a Tragic Miracle

    Joshua Lim's 'Godless' - The Making of a Tragic Miracle

    Wednesday, August 5 2015 1:02 PM EDT2015-08-05 17:02:52 GMT
    Wednesday, August 5 2015 1:02 PM EDT2015-08-05 17:02:52 GMT
    Interview with Joshua Lim, the writer-director of 'Godless' premiering at the Rhode Island International Film Festival with two stars, Craig Jordan and Michael E. Pitts.More
    Interview with Joshua Lim, the writer-director of 'Godless' premiering at the Rhode Island International Film Festival with two stars, Craig Jordan and Michael E. Pitts.More
  • Frameline39 Showcases Best of LGBT Films

    Frameline39 Showcases Best of LGBT Films

    Thursday, June 18 2015 2:50 PM EDT2015-06-18 18:50:28 GMT
    Thursday, June 18 2015 2:50 PM EDT2015-06-18 18:50:29 GMT
    Frameline produces the San Francisco International Film Festival, the oldest ongoing film festival, currently in existence, devoted to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) programming.More
    Frameline produces the San Francisco International Film Festival, the oldest ongoing film festival, currently in existence, devoted to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) programming.
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  • TV Review - Bruce Jenner: The Interview

    TV Review - Bruce Jenner: The Interview

    Wednesday, May 6 2015 2:53 PM EDT2015-05-06 18:53:31 GMT
    Wednesday, May 6 2015 2:53 PM EDT2015-05-06 18:53:31 GMT
    ABC's 20/20 did a Diane Sawyer special where Sawyer has a sit-down with Bruce Jenner, the Olympic athlete who became a reality TV star. What makes this special interesting or relevant is Jenner's confirmation and his public admission of being transgendered.More
    ABC's 20/20 did a Diane Sawyer special where Sawyer has a sit-down with Bruce Jenner, the Olympic athlete who became a reality TV star. What makes this special interesting or relevant is Jenner's confirmation and his public admission of being transgendered.
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  • Theater Review - The Definitive Loser's Guide to Winning

    Theater Review - The Definitive Loser's Guide to Winning

    Thursday, April 23 2015 3:04 PM EDT2015-04-23 19:04:43 GMT
    Thursday, April 23 2015 3:04 PM EDT2015-04-23 19:04:43 GMT
    The play makes its Off-Broadway premiere this year, this May. Jarrod first presented the play in his hometown of Little Rock, Arkansas. He brought it to New York for a special two-night event at the Kumble Theater at LIU in Brooklyn, not far from where Jarrod now lives. I attended both nights back in September and the way things were set up seemed intent on Jarrod engaging the audience and inviting them closer to him.More
    The play makes its Off-Broadway premiere this year, this May. Jarrod first presented the play in his hometown of Little Rock, Arkansas. He brought it to New York for a special two-night event at the Kumble Theater at LIU in Brooklyn, not far from where Jarrod now lives. I attended both nights back in September and the way things were set up seemed intent on Jarrod engaging the audience and inviting them closer to him.More
  • Charlie Vaughn's First Period: A Nod to the 80's

    Charlie Vaughn's First Period: A Nod to the 80's

    Monday, April 13 2015 4:57 PM EDT2015-04-13 20:57:55 GMT
    Monday, April 13 2015 5:01 PM EDT2015-04-13 21:01:00 GMT
    Charlie Vaughn was born on March 12, 1977, close to Disneyland as he says. The family friendly and fairy tale, amusement park would not be an indication of the future filmmaker's sensibilities.More
    Charlie Vaughn was born on March 12, 1977, close to Disneyland as he says. The family friendly and fairy tale, amusement park would not be an indication of the future filmmaker's sensibilities.
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  • TV Review - Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

    TV Review - Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

    Thursday, March 19 2015 1:10 PM EDT2015-03-19 17:10:53 GMT
    Thursday, March 19 2015 1:10 PM EDT2015-03-19 17:10:53 GMT
    Created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, this series feels a lot like 30 Rock. It has a lot of the same sensibilities. All the characters are wonderful and hilarious. The writing is witty and sharp. The direction is superb. The acting is spot on.More
    Created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, this series feels a lot like 30 Rock. It has a lot of the same sensibilities. All the characters are wonderful and hilarious. The writing is witty and sharp. The direction is superb. The acting is spot on.
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  • Michael Melamedoff: A Question of Representation

    Michael Melamedoff: A Question of Representation

    Tuesday, March 3 2015 10:44 PM EST2015-03-04 03:44:34 GMT
    Tuesday, March 3 2015 10:44 PM EST2015-03-04 03:44:36 GMT
    Victori: The Truth Just Can't Be One Thing is the latest feature from filmmaker Michael Melamedoff. It focuses on middle-age, Korean painter Victor Victori and his 25-year-old son Ed Victori.More
    Victori: The Truth Just Can't Be One Thing is the latest feature from filmmaker Michael Melamedoff. It focuses on middle-age, Korean painter Victor Victori and his 25-year-old son Ed Victori.More
  • Zach Wheeler: Re-Tracing 'The Trail'

    Zach Wheeler: Re-Tracing 'The Trail'

    Friday, February 27 2015 7:38 PM EST2015-02-28 00:38:36 GMT
    Friday, February 27 2015 7:42 PM EST2015-02-28 00:42:34 GMT
    Writer-director Zach WheelerWriter-director Zach Wheeler
    The Trail is a 27-minute film that will screen as part of the Johns Hopkins Film Festival this weekend. It premiered at the inaugural Salisbury University Film Festival in May 2014. It was written and directed by Zach Wheeler who has been a student at Salisbury University since 2012.More
    The Trail is a 27-minute film that will screen as part of the Johns Hopkins Film Festival this weekend. It premiered at the inaugural Salisbury University Film Festival in May 2014. It was written and directed by Zach Wheeler who has been a student at Salisbury University since 2012.
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  • TV Review - 87th Oscars, or the Unexpected Virtue of Expected Winners

    TV Review - 87th Oscars, or the Unexpected Virtue of Expected Winners

    Monday, February 23 2015 3:48 PM EST2015-02-23 20:48:29 GMT
    Monday, February 23 2015 3:48 PM EST2015-02-23 20:48:31 GMT
    Golden Sunday was yesterday, February 22, 2015. The most gold went to three films. Birdman, or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance was nominated for nine Academy Awards.More
    Golden Sunday was yesterday, February 22, 2015. The most gold went to three films. Birdman, or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance was nominated for nine Academy Awards.
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  • Keith Hartman's Real Heroes

    Keith Hartman's Real Heroes

    Thursday, October 30 2014 3:05 PM EDT2014-10-30 19:05:54 GMT
    Thursday, October 30 2014 3:13 PM EDT2014-10-30 19:13:45 GMT
    Filmmaker interview of Keith Hartman about his latest movie, available on DVD and VOD, Real Heroes.More
    Filmmaker interview of Keith Hartman about his latest movie, available on DVD and VOD, Real Heroes.
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  • This is 'Eternity' - Barrett Crake and Myko Olivier Interview

    This is 'Eternity' - Barrett Crake and Myko Olivier Interview

    Wednesday, October 15 2014 6:36 PM EDT2014-10-15 22:36:07 GMT
    Wednesday, October 15 2014 6:36 PM EDT2014-10-15 22:36:11 GMT
    It's the new comedy-musical about the formation and the fall of a 80's, R&B duo named Eternity. Written by Joey Abi-Loutfi, and directed by Ian Thorpe, it stars Barrett Crake as Todd Lucas, the lead singer and songwriter. It also stars Myko Olivier as BJ Fairchild, the saxophonist and backup vocals.More
    It's the new comedy-musical about the formation and the fall of a 80's, R&B duo named Eternity. Written by Joey Abi-Loutfi, and directed by Ian Thorpe, it stars Barrett Crake as Todd Lucas, the lead singer and songwriter. It also stars Myko Olivier as BJ Fairchild, the saxophonist and backup vocals.
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  • Sarah Spillane Splices Hamlet and Hip Hop in New Australian Film 'Around the Block'

    Sarah Spillane Splices Hamlet and Hip Hop in New Australian Film 'Around the Block'

    Friday, August 1 2014 6:57 PM EDT2014-08-01 22:57:38 GMT
    Friday, August 1 2014 8:42 PM EDT2014-08-02 00:42:51 GMT
    Sarah Spillane's new film Around the Block will be available worldwide via DVD and VOD outlets on August 5th. It's currently playing at Los Angeles' Arena Cinema for the first week of August. It's also in select theaters in Spillane's home country of Australia.More
    Sarah Spillane's new film Around the Block will be available worldwide via DVD and VOD outlets on August 5th. It's currently playing at Los Angeles' Arena Cinema for the first week of August. It's also in select theaters in Spillane's home country of Australia.
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  • VOD Review - Victim (1961) + Out at Criterion

    VOD Review - Victim (1961) + Out at Criterion

    Tuesday, June 10 2014 3:06 PM EDT2014-06-10 19:06:12 GMT
    Tuesday, June 10 2014 3:06 PM EDT2014-06-10 19:06:12 GMT
    The Criterion Collection has compiled 15 movies on DVD and Blu ray that are about gay characters or gay rights. If you go to Criterion's web site, the compilation web site, the compilation is a theme called "Out at Criterion."More
    The Criterion Collection has compiled 15 movies on DVD and Blu ray that are about gay characters or gay rights. If you go to Criterion's web site, the compilation web site, the compilation is a theme called "Out at Criterion."More
  • DVD Review - Big Joy

    DVD Review - Big Joy

    Tuesday, June 10 2014 1:32 PM EDT2014-06-10 17:32:11 GMT
    Tuesday, June 10 2014 1:32 PM EDT2014-06-10 17:32:11 GMT
    The subtitle of this documentary is The Adventures of James Broughton... this film is more an examination of the man's creative works as well as his various sexual partners, male and female.More
    The subtitle of this documentary is The Adventures of James Broughton... this film is more an examination of the man's creative works as well as his various sexual partners, male and female.
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  • Book Review - Summerville

    Book Review - Summerville

    Tuesday, May 27 2014 4:00 PM EDT2014-05-27 20:00:32 GMT
    Tuesday, May 27 2014 4:00 PM EDT2014-05-27 20:00:32 GMT
    2014 novel Summerville, a thriller based on Sudler's newspaper serial published in the Rehoboth Beach Gazette. The serial ran in the summer for four years. Summerville is Sudler's second book. It's in the vein of Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City...More
    2014 novel Summerville, a thriller based on Sudler's newspaper serial published in the Rehoboth Beach Gazette. The serial ran in the summer for four years. Summerville is Sudler's second book. It's in the vein of Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City...More
  • Being Scott Harris

    Being Scott Harris

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 6:29 PM EDT2014-04-15 22:29:00 GMT
    Tuesday, April 15 2014 6:29 PM EDT2014-04-15 22:29:00 GMT
    The new documentary Being Ginger was just released on DVD. Its director, Scott P. Harris has been attending screenings and Q A sessions in various cities. He was in New York City for screenings there when I interviewed him by phone. The documentary was an expansion of his 20-minute, graduate project at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. The project is an autobiographical look at Harris' own dating life vis-à-vis his lack of confidence or self-esteem regarding his natural red hair, or, ...More
    The new documentary Being Ginger was just released on DVD. Its director, Scott P. Harris has been attending screenings and Q A sessions in various cities. He was in New York City for screenings there when I interviewed him by phone. The documentary was an expansion of his 20-minute, graduate project at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. The project is an autobiographical look at Harris' own dating life vis-à-vis his lack of confidence or self-esteem regarding his natural red hair, or, ...More
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