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Kristy Strouse is from a small town in Maine, but frequents the world (and beyond) in her daily exploration through her love of film.

Tribeca Film Festival: Love And Family: BACK ROADS (with interviews) and DISOBEDIENCE

Kristy Strouse spoke with the stars of Back Roads on the red carpet of Tribeca Film Festival, and reviews Sebastián Lelio's Disobedience.

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REVENGE: A Dish Best Served Feminine

It may sound like exploitative torture porn, but Revenge introduces director Coralie Fargeat as a filmmaker worth your attention - taking problematic genre tropes

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Kristy Strouse reviews her final batch of films from Tribeca Film Festival, including Zoe, In a Relationship, and Woman Walks Ahead.

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Tribeca Review and Interviews: BETHANY HAMILTON: UNSTOPPABLE: Strength And Endurance Personified

Kristy Strouse reviews the inspirational documentary Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable that premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and shares her interview with director Aaron Lieber

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Tribeca Review & Interview: THE GREAT PRETENDER: When Reality & Performance Blur

As well as getting a chance to check out witty theatrical drama The Great Pretender at Tribecca Film Festival, Film Inquiry's Kristy Strouse also

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Tribeca Review & Interviews: LITTLE WOODS: A Confident Debut

Little Woods, the debut film by Nia DaCosta, had its premiere at this years Tribeca Film Festival. It has the freshness of a new

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SUN DOGS: Compellingly Unconventional

Sun Dogs is a movie that doesn’t have or need a grandiose scheme - it's about basic human connections and the desire to achieve

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Tribeca Film Festival, Shorts & TV Shows Round up: Big Stories, Little Packages

Kristy Strouse covers some of the short films she saw at the Tribeca short film programs, and two television pilots, Fabled and Driver Ed.

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Tribeca Reviews: DUCK BUTTER, SEVEN STAGES & CARGO

From the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival, Kristy Strouse reviews Alia Shawkat's new film Duck Butter, the film starring Taika Waititi as a cult leader,

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Tribeca Film Festival, VR Round-Up: Dazzled & Inspired

Kristy Strouse explored some of the VR experiences on offer at Tribeca Film Festival; here are her reviews of: Campfire Creepers: Midnight March, The

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