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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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