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A discussion on film, books, filmmakers, film and book festivals, up and coming writers, directors, authors. Most are artists who are activists (artivists).

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Set amid the noisy outskirts of some unnamed Mexican metropolis, "Los Chidos" tells the story of the Gonzales Family. Proprietors of a tire repair junkyard sandwiched between two busy freeways, the Gonzales clan's days are spent... more

The African American Film Releasing Movement (AFFRM) is on a great streak! Better Mus Come promises to be an amazing Jamaican flick! Synopsis: The film follows warring political factions in 1970s Jamaica as they enlist the support of... more

The Impossible is a true tale of a family caught, with tens of thousands of strangers, in the horrific mayhem of one of the worst natural catastrophes of our time. This film is one of the most horrific, sad, and triumphant films of 2012.

Join me as I take a look at unflinching love in a film that has been called hard to take, but beautiful in its graceful handeling of the aging process. Synopsis: Georges and Anne are in their eighties. They are cultivated, retired music... more

I, like most, have a lot to say about Quentin Tarantino's latest Blaxploitation revenge western. I, unlike some, have actually seen it. Listen as I dissect, examine, and toss in my 2 cents, on what I think is a cinematic, bloody thrill ride... more

From the award-winning director of Baraka comes another visually and musically phenomenal. Synopsis: Filmed over nearly five years in twenty-five countries on five continents, and shot on seventy-millimetre film, Samsara transports us... more

Daniel Day Lewis is angeling for yet another Oscar nom for this one, but then again, he is brilliant in everything that he does. Listen as I review this very timely film and give some insight into this film about an historical piece of legislation.... more

The Last Fall isn't a sports movie – it is a story around sports. A former professional athlete himself, Director Matthew Cherry's inclusion of his own experiences in the American football world gives this film a personal approach.... more

Ava Duvernay is a Hollywood veteran who created a movement (AFFRM) to disttibute great films that continuously get accolaides. Middle of Nowhere also directed by Ava is yet another film in her distribution stable that feeds a desire... more

The Imposter is a documentary that wil have you questioning what you just saw. Join me as I discuss this documentary which delves into the psyche of a criminal. Synopsis: A documentary centered on a young Frenchman who convinces a... more
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