Fauve (2018)

A few days ago I watched a webinar hosted by WeScreenplay where the Producer, Maria Gracia Turgeon, provided a lot of valuable information about getting a film produced and all the work that goes on behind the scenes. Following the webinar, I wanted to check out some of Turgeon’s work because she seems like suchContinue reading “Fauve (2018)”

What I’ve Been Watching

Quick Update: I have been meeting with producers and directors so hopefully I will get one of my screenplays produced soon! I have also been writing for a small production company and those screenplays are currently in development or production. In the few months that I haven’t posted, I attended online film festivals and screenedContinue reading “What I’ve Been Watching”

MLK/FBI (2020)

I enjoy watching documentaries, but I rarely review them. This may be because docs are either great or terrible, there really is not in between. This year, on Martin Luther King’s birthday, I was able to watch MLK/FBI (2020) through Woodstock Film Festival. The film discussed topics that I knew nothing about and now IContinue reading “MLK/FBI (2020)”

Favorite Movie Tag

On the old YouTube, people used to make “tags” where people answered questions and encouraged others to post a video answering the same questions. I miss this concept because it creates a sense of community. So, I wanted to create my own movie tag. If you choose to answer these questions and make a YouTubeContinue reading “Favorite Movie Tag”

76 Days (2020)

The world has been rocked by the coronavirus pandemic, yet some people still refuse to wear masks because ‘they are uncomfortable’ or ‘they look weird’ or they ‘don’t match my outfit’. Today, MTV is allowing you and everyone you know to view their film, 76 Days, for free and they will even donate $5 perContinue reading “76 Days (2020)”

Black Bear (2020) Review

Starring Aubrey Plaza, Christopher Abbott, Sarah Gadon, Alexander Koch and written and directed by Lawrence Michael Levine, Black Bear (2020) had its world premiere at Sundance Film Festival back in January 2020. This brilliant piece of work is set to be released to the general public on December 4, 2020, but that date could changeContinue reading “Black Bear (2020) Review”

What a Girl Wants (2003)

During this questionable time, I have found comfort in watching classic films that bring me back to happier times. The last time I watched What a Girl Wants (2003), I was probably in 2nd grade. So, I decided it was time that I watch it again. I just barely remembered the plot. But after rewatchingContinue reading “What a Girl Wants (2003)”