Big Time

When we look at the world that surrounds us most of us are engaged by the beautiful sky, the colorful images of nature that embrace us and the tranquility one can obtain when taking it all in. Like many though, myself included, how often do we appreciate the structures that surround us? Especially living in … Continue reading Big Time

The Light of the Moon

Film Premiere in NYC at the IFC Center plus Post Screening Q&A Films are able to bring to light stories we may otherwise not be familiar with and through that offer a different perspective of the world. Although we may not be able to immediately relate to what we are seeing it allows us to … Continue reading The Light of the Moon


We tend to watch films to escape into a world that has been crafted for our enjoyment. Simply because films are categorized as entertainment does not solidify them into a state of pleasure. They are able to create images that tell stories of pain, consequences and regret. They are not the brightest nor are they … Continue reading Wetlands

Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk

Being “different” or “against the norm” has become more acceptable in today’s society. It is embraced and promoted to create a wider understanding of compassion and comradery. Obviously this was not always the case but what some may not consider is how much music plays a part in this. Music has always been able to … Continue reading Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk


With so many films made and released it would be a monumental task to even try and watch them all. There are films though that slip through the cracks and when viewed can offer so much through its light hearted and emotional story that I believe are the hidden gems of the cinema world. After … Continue reading Maudie


The pleasure in watching films is that they allow you to experience something you would never do in real life. Films allow the viewer to step outside themselves and be a part of something they could only imagine. Small guilty pleasures that might have creeped their way into our heads that linger in us questioning … Continue reading Wakefield

The Commune

Films allow us to escape from our real world issues. They fall into the category of art, as they should, which opens it into a completely new world of endless possibilities. Filmmakers have their own voice and when executed correctly can tell a story about anything in any matter they please regardless of the topic. … Continue reading The Commune


All films when you look at their core deal with the same themes such as revenge, pain, and love as do the stories. Stories of fathers and sons is nothing new but what substance you add to your version and how you tell it is what separates it from the rest. When you can give … Continue reading Lowriders

Keep The Change – Part of the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

**No trailer available - Below is the short film the feature was adapted from** One of the redeeming factors from watching certain films I believe is when they can make anything around you fade away and simply allow you to be swept away by the story. One film that fits this would Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s 2001 … Continue reading Keep The Change – Part of the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

Flower – Part of the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

**No trailer available - Below is an interview w/ Dir Max Winkler & actress Zoey Deutch** Recognized as one of the top film festivals, the Tribeca Film Festival has been held every year in New York City since 2002. With its inception it has opened another outlet for filmmakers to share their visions and for … Continue reading Flower – Part of the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival