'The Drowning' director talks dark, ambiguous psychological thriller

'The Drowning' director talks dark, ambiguous psychological thriller

After a private screening of The Drowning, Peter Travers, from Rolling Stone, gives a brief Q&A with director Bette Gordon. ***********Warning! Spoilers!*********** Bette Gordon, best known for her film Variety (1983), is a film director and professor at Columbia. In her new film, The Drowning, she goes deep into the psyche of a middle-aged psychiatrist as…

The 'Women of 1915' find their voice

The 'Women of 1915' find their voice

"Genocide is more than killing people," states The Women of 1915 Bared Maronian's latest documentary, "it’s robbing them of their very identity." The idea that one culture can completely destroy evidence that another culture ever existed seems impossible, but the Ottoman Empire came close in 1915 when they slaughtered the Armenian people. Over 100 years later, The Armenian Genocide is…

'Sunday in the Park' leaps off the stage in fantastic revival

'Sunday in the Park' leaps off the stage in fantastic revival

Sunday in the Park with George, which officially opened on Broadway February 23rd, 2017, is a an absolutely fabulous piece of theater. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by James Lapine, and directed by Sarna Lapine this revival combines minimalism with beautiful projections, creating an experience unlike any other. The show starts out with…

I'm Not Here To Make You Comfortable... so stay or SPLit

I'm Not Here To Make You Comfortable... so stay or SPLit

Report from NYC's 2017 Socially Relevant Film Festival by Lindsy Bissonnette Mesmerizing and moving, SPLit -- the Closing Film in the 2017 SRFF -- is an experience unlike any other. And not for the reasons you would think. Writer/director Deborah Kampmeier completely changes the game with this film combining aspects of theatre and film, and creates an…