Starting At Zero: Reimagining Education in America

Roundtable Conversation w/ U.S Governors discussing the importance of early childhood education: It would be hard to argue the statement that children are our future. Taking care of children should always take top priority because without them there will be no one to continue forward. It is simplistic ideas like these that baffle my mind … Continue reading Starting At Zero: Reimagining Education in America

Apocalypse ’45

As we enter the 75th anniversary marking the end of World War II producer/director Erik Nelson gives viewers a new perspective of the events that led to the dropping of the atomic bomb. For the first time we are witness to the attacks on Pearl Harbor that occurred on December 7, 1941 through fully restored … Continue reading Apocalypse ’45

Black Water: Abyss

The scariest moments in film are not always because of deadly slashers or a nightmare demon, it’s the scares that exist in our reality that can make us feel at our most uneased. Films like Jaws, The Ghost and the Darkness and Crawl used animals to instill fear in its viewers. The tension is built … Continue reading Black Water: Abyss

Marley (2012)

The faster this year passes by the more we ask “how much worse can it get?” Constant turmoil that leaves us mentally weakened and emotionally beat down by the events taking place around the world. It is naïve to some to think that simple things such as music can usher in a movement or change … Continue reading Marley (2012)


At a time when we find ourselves to be at our most divisive and tensions built up all around us we all deserve to shut off from the world. Films will always have that power to transport us no matter what state we are in; with that in mind, it is stories of love and … Continue reading Summerland

Rebuilding Paradise

In recent years natural disasters such as tsunamis, tornados and earthquakes have ravaged communities and taken away more than anyone could imagine. We focus on the havoc it has caused and the devastation it leaves behind. We try to help from afar by offering donations and other aid but the reality is so much worse. … Continue reading Rebuilding Paradise

The Rental

Being a fan of cinema I still get excited when new projects come around especially when someone recognizable decides to try something new. I always find it interesting when actors decide to step behind the camera and direct a film of their own. If there is one thing you take away from working different projects … Continue reading The Rental

Easy Does It

I always considered making a film was equivalent to taking part in some sort of odd science experiment. So many different pieces need to come together and balanced the right way to get the end result. Having personal experience in film/television production I will always commend the work put in to complete a project because … Continue reading Easy Does It

The Sunlit Night

There is always an exciting atmosphere around festival time. The hard work of many individuals comes to fruition but sadly for some it ends there. Not every entry in these major festivals such as Sundance or Tribeca ever get distribution resulting in work never getting to be seen by a wider audience. An entry in … Continue reading The Sunlit Night

Sometimes Always Never

Even now after watching so many films through the years every now and again I can still be surprised by a hidden gem. It doesn’t have to be a block buster or be littered with A-listers; it simply is a change of pace that catches our attention and charms us in the process. In my … Continue reading Sometimes Always Never