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Sundance Review: “The Sound of Silence”

A successful “house tuner” in New York City, who calibrates the sound in people’s homes in order to adjust their moods, meets a client with a problem he can’t solve. by Mark Elijah Rosenberg Rooftop Films was founded on the principle that there are secret spaces throughout New York, and curious people who want to […]

Sundance Review: “Hail Satan?”

A look at the intersection of religion and activism, tracing the rise of The Satanic Temple: only six years old and already one of the most controversial religious movements in American history. The Temple is calling for a Satanic revolution to save the nation’s soul. But are they for real? by Mark Elijah Rosenberg At […]

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Sundance Review: “Share”

After discovering a disturbing video from a night she doesn’t remember, sixteen-year-old Mandy must try to figure out what happened and how to navigate the escalating fallout. by Mark Elijah Rosenberg Images drift and blur, ’til it’s hard to tell what you’re looking at. Colorful lights phase on and off, ’til it almost becomes hypnotic. […]

Happy Halloween! Here’s a List of Some Great Indie Horror Flicks!

Happy Halloween! Here’s a List of Some Great Indie Horror Flicks!

Halloween is a perfect excuse to make a list of great horror films! Below are just a few of the films I’ve thrown together. Night of the Living Dead – George A. Romero 1968 Easily one of my favorite films of all time. George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead is a cult classic […]

Intern Attends BK Girl Film Fest, Becomes Woman

Intern Attends BK Girl Film Fest, Becomes Woman

Intern Amy attends the closing day of the Brooklyn Girl Film Festival and tells all.

Indie Romance

Indie Romance

This week’s post is devoted to indie romance.

Sundance Review: “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints”

Sundance Review: “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints”

There is a certain hypnotic power in David Lowery’s films. Ain’t Them Bodies Saints is a post-modern Western, a form of near-magical realism, so vivid and detailed and intense as to seem dreamlike.

Sundance Review: Concussion

Sundance Review: Concussion

A thoughtful and refreshing look at relationships, family and personal fulfillment in our modern world.

Sundance Review “Stories We Tell”

Sundance Review “Stories We Tell”

A poignant and moving portrait of family, love, secrets and discovery.

Sundance Review: “The Rambler”

Sundance Review: “The Rambler”

Rooftop alum Calvin Reeder’s in-your-face freakout odyssey.

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