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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.

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


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

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

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

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

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

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.


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,

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