Monthly Archives: February 2013

A Review: Emanuel and the Truth about Fishes – Directed by Francesca Gregorini

                Emanuel and the Truth about Fishes follows a young girl in her perpetual search for her mother. Emanuel is an unusual girl, who lives in her own world and carries a holster of defensive, witty comebacks. She lives with … Continue reading

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A Review: The Lifeguard- Directed by Liz W. Garcia

The Lifeguard follows Leigh, a 29 year-old journalist living out the life she wanted in New York, when she has a mental breakdown and regresses into a state of adolescence. It is clear that the life she leads is not … Continue reading

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Independent Film and the Sundance Experience by Mariah Torres

After researching and attending the Sundance Film Festival I feel like I have a greater understanding of the festival’s role in supporting independent filmmakers as well as increasing the public’s awareness and appreciation of independent film. Part of what was … Continue reading

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Sundance End

I was grateful to be able to go to the Awards Party on the last Saturday night of the Sundance Film Festival. Erik, Patrick, and I went to see if we could bump into any filmmakers or actors, only to … Continue reading

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Skiing in Park City

The vibrant snowboarding scene in Park City made me really want to stay and hit the slopes after the crowds left Sundance. The runs at the resort in Park City featured pretty wide open bowls that provided tons of room … Continue reading

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Independent Film and Sundance Film Festival By Gabriella Forster

After learning about the history, watching the films, and attending the festival, I can now honestly say that I understand so much more about independent film. Independent film is a classification that does not just apply to what sells at … Continue reading

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Lovelace Review By Gabriella Forster

Lovelace Directors: Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman Screenwriter: Andy Bellin In the film Lovelace, Amanda Seyfried plays the part of Linda Marchiano, better known by her stage name, Linda Lovelace. Alongside Peter Sarsgaard, who plays her abusive husband, the story … Continue reading

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