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Tribeca 2017: Audience Awards Announced

The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival is wrapping up this weekend and this afternoon the audience award winners have been announced. Petra Volpe‘s The Divine Order won the audience award for narrative and Greg Campbell‘s Hondros won for documentary.

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Last week we showcased a short film about a gang called The Pissy Tits Street Gang and this week we have another gang-related short to present called Smoke Bomb Boys. Directed by James P. Gannon, the film revolves around a trio of hooligans

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Using played-out torture porn tropes, Steven Shainberg’s sci-fi horror film Rupture feels like a Syfy channel pilot released in the early aughts that never made it to series.


Tribeca 2017: Jury Awards Announced

The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival is about to wrap up, and with that the jury awards for this years festival have been announced. Rachel Israel‘s Keep the Change was awarded Best Narrative Feature, Elvira Lind‘s Bobbi Jene won Best Documentary Feature, and Rachel Israel

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Tribeca 2017: THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS Review

Sophie Brooks’ script is snappy and fun, injecting a smart indie vibe into what would otherwise be a by-the-numbers rom-com, however with all those trappings present, it’s easy to see where all this is going to go.


Tribeca 2017: THE CLAPPER Review

The Clapper is an exercise in patience that rewards viewers with a tacked-on conclusion that does nothing but reinforce the fact that this a film filled with squandered talent and sloppy storytelling.


Podcast: Episode 250 – I HATE MYSELF :)

Adam and Kevin get awkward and uncomfortable and talk about the films of Joanna Arnow with reviews of Bad At Dancing, Staycation, Month One, and I Hate Myself :). They also talk about Netflix original films alongside Tramps and The Endless.


Kickstart Sunday: STRIVER’S ROW

This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from director Robert Rippberger and writer Sha-Risse Smith and their film Striver’s Row. This feature takes place in the Striver’s Row area of Harlem and revolves around a young woman struggling to keep


Tribeca 2017: THE ENDLESS Review

The Endless is a masterfully crafted genre hybrid that solidifies Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead as two of the most interesting and uniquely voiced directors working today.