From IMDb: Harry, a charming house thief, gets more than he bargains for during an attempted burglary when he stumbles upon Daisy and decides to save her from herself, sending both of them into a darkly comedic journey of self discovery and love. Breaking & Exiting opens 8/17/18 in NYC. FF2 review coming soon!
From IMDb: The camera delves into the lives of local whalers, global activists and an American journalist in the "whale and dolphin killing town" of Taiji, Japan, revealing not everything is as black and white as it seems. A Whale of a Tale opens 8/17/18 in NYC. FF2 review coming soon!
From Jan Lisa Huttner (Editor-in-Chief of FF2 Media) Four films either written &/or directed by women filmmakers opened in Manhattan theatres this week: Dog Days Madeline's Madeline Skate Kitchen The Swan All of these films are narrative features (no docs) and of these four, so far I seen three: Madeline's Madeline, Skate Kitchen & The Swan.…
Skate Kitchen (written and directed by Crystal Moselle) narratives a close-knit New York City female skateboarding clique and follows them through their lives of tricks, drama, and freedom, using mostly non-actors. While Skate Kitchen's premise and backstory are indeed "valid" and promising, the portrait ultimately falls short of successfully capturing these powerful women's stories. (DLH: 2.5/5)