Egg – Tribeca Film Festival 2018

We all wake up in the morning thinking that it will just be an ordinary day; there is no accounting for a simple twist of fate or random act. Just one choice can alter our entire future and steamroll a chain of events that changes our course of life. An entry in the 2018 Tribeca … Continue reading Egg – Tribeca Film Festival 2018

The Boy Downstairs

Films tend to take us into another world where one can escape into the fantastical. Obviously not all films fall into this realm but in the end we all go for the same result, to escape. There are films though that are able to capture such a natural, genuine tone that the lines of reality … Continue reading The Boy Downstairs

Keep The Change – Part of the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

**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 film Amelie; there is … 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

The Last Laugh

Directed by Ferne Pearlstein No one has the right to declare something funny or unfunny; it is all a matter of personal taste. One would think something as simple as comedy would not be such a hot topic but it is. In today’s ultra PC world, it is hard to defend yourself when someone else … Continue reading The Last Laugh