2014 NEW ENGLAND UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES LINEUP AND SCHEDULE
2014 NEW ENGLAND UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES LINEUP AND SCHEDULE

The 4th annual New England Underground Film Festival, taking place October 5, 2014, has announced its lineup and schedule…



Posted on September 2, 2014 in Festivals by

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GOING BIONIC: DISTRIBUTING INDEPENDENT FILMS INTERNATIONALLY – HERE LIES THE SUMMER OF 2014 AT THE BOX OFFICE… MAY IT REST IN PEACE
GOING BIONIC: DISTRIBUTING INDEPENDENT FILMS INTERNATIONALLY – HERE LIES THE SUMMER OF 2014 AT THE BOX OFFICE… MAY IT REST IN PEACE

As we wrap up the 2014 summer at the box office, which is down nearly 15% from 2013, here are a handful of observations about this forgettable summer…



Posted on September 2, 2014 in Features, Going Bionic by
THREE TIMES MOVING: THE KISS THROUGH TIME
THREE TIMES MOVING: THE KISS THROUGH TIME

I struggled with the melancholic tone of the piece, and with Adam’s personality. It’s hard to believe that he is struggling with multiple women when it’s a wonder that anyone could stand to be around him at all. Morrissey would find him too bleak and overwrought…



Posted on September 2, 2014 in Reviews by
TIME STOPS MOVING
TIME STOPS MOVING

There’s just a feeling like the narrative is stuck in the mud, spinning its wheels. And it’s not like it’s a fun time; everyone is just so damn serious!



Posted on September 1, 2014 in Reviews by
ONE DAY: A MUSICAL
ONE DAY: A MUSICAL

In the end, I liked the resolution the film found for its protagonist’s art vs. commerce dilemma, and I appreciated the ambitious attempt at a musical. It has a lo-fi charm to it, and the fun in the filmmaking can be infectious…



Posted on August 31, 2014 in Reviews by
AN AMERICAN IN HOLLYWOOD
AN AMERICAN IN HOLLYWOOD

The film doesn’t say anything new, so as an audience you seek something else to connect with, and there’s not much there. The performances are good, but you don’t quite connect with the characters because they lack depth. I’ll always take two or three fully fleshed-out, layered characters over ten faces whose names I won’t remember when the credits roll…



Posted on August 30, 2014 in Reviews by