Currently Browsing: November 9, 2017

BITCH (2017): Review by Katusha Jin

Bitch is the fourth feature from Marianna Palka. Her film is a brave, modern-day satire that attempts to give an eccentric scream against patriarchal privileges, set in a suburban American family with a philandering husband and unappreciative children. (KIZJ: 2.5/5)

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DESTINATION UNKNOWN (2017): Review by Malin Jornvi

Director and editor Claire Ferguson seamlessly pulls together 13 years of collected material to create a cohesive and deeply moving quilt of an ashen past that is frighteningly present. (MJJ: 4/5)

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GOLD STAR (2017): Review by Roza Melkumyan

New director Victoria Negri writes and stars in her first feature-length film Gold Star, which captures the raw emotion and scathing honesty of the not-so-pretty hidden sides of ourselves. (RMM: 4/5)

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REQUIEM FOR A RUNNING BACK (2017): Review by Georgiana E. Presecky

Director Rebecca Carpenter pays tribute to her late father, former NFL player Lewis Carpenter, in the informative, emotional and timely documentary Requiem for a Running Back. (GEP: 4.5/5)

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