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An Instructor of Communication Studies at Ball State University, Spencer enjoys the simple things in life: his cat (Laura Dern), Laura Dern (the actress), and snagging any chance he can get to watch movies. In his spare time, he champions Kristen Stewart and writes think-pieces about why Taylor Swift is a pop music mastermind.

Though with timely themes of inappropriate romance and sexuality, Submission sadly lacks the insight and perspective to become a movie that represents "now."

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SEBASTIAN: The Subtle Power of Intimacy

Sebastian, the directorial debut of James Fanizza is a heartfelt and honest portrayal of the small moments that lead towards falling in love.

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Interview With James Fanizza, Actor/Director/Producer/ Writer Of SEBASTIAN

We were able to talk with James Fanizza; writer, director, producer and star of the film Sebastian, now available to rent and buy digitally

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Director Rebekah Fortune's Just Charlie is an empathetic transgender coming out tale that slowly becomes a moving story of self-acceptance.

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NOCTURAMA: We Are Our Own Worst Enemies

From France, Nocturama is an unusual film about disillusioned teenagers that commit an act of terrorism; unsurprisingly, it provides no easy answers.

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WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE?: What's Camp Got to Do with It

With the release of the FX series Feud, there's no better time to revisit Robert Aldrich's histrionic horror, What Ever Happened To Baby Jane.

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AKRON: Plunky Guitar Strings Make Not Midwestern Living

Though with an unimaginative score, Akron effectively tells a story about two gay men who meet and fall in love in Midwestern America.

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CERTAIN WOMEN: The Sheer Spectacle Of Living

With Certain Women, director Kelly Reichardt has created one of the most human cinematic universes in recent memory.

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2016: The Year Of Grieving And Letting Go

2016. A year that will live in infamy. A year shaken by unexpected celebrity deaths, an unnerving election cycle, and unsuspecting twists waiting around

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OTHER PEOPLE: An Exercise In Personal Narratives

Other People, a semi-autobiographical film based on writer Chris Kelly's experiences, works in a beautiful way due to the subtext behind it.

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