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  • 3 days ago | Film and TV

    For his surefooted directorial debut, playwright Mark Kemble uses the stifled beauty of snowbound Staten Island to frame the psychological boundaries of a long-suffering family. The sadness weighing down the Kendall family like wet snow on evergre...

  • Co-writer/director Tim McCann and actor Sam Trammell adroitly juggle the competing realities inside the mind of a slippery crack addict obsessed with returning a pawned necklace to his estranged wife on their impending anniversary. Trammell's...

  • 24 days ago | Film and TV

    Co-writer/director Tim McCann and actor Sam Trammell adroitly juggle the competing realities inside the mind of a slippery crack addict obsessed with returning a pawned necklace to his estranged wife on their impending anniversary. Trammell's Sonn...

  • The observational documentary meets the observer effect in Almost There, as filmmakers chronicle how their solitary subject is changed by their own scrutiny. While shooting the Pierogi Fest in Whiting, Indiana, co-directors Aaron Wickenden...

  • 2 months ago | Film and TV

    The observational documentary meets the observer effect in Almost There as filmmakers chronicle how their solitary subject is changed by their own scrutiny. While shooting the Pierogi Fest in Whiting, Indiana, co-directors Aaron Wickenden and Dan ...

  • Mother Teresa has long been regarded as a saint even though she has yet to be canonized by the Catholic Church, an important distinction between popular usage and the word's official meaning. In The Letters, writer-director William Riead...

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