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It took me a while to discover the wonderful world of cinema, but once I did, everything just fell into place.

BRAVE NEW JERSEY: An Endlessly Endearing Slice Of Americana

Brave New Jersey is a fictional yet charming look at the aftereffects of Orson Welles' famous War of the Worlds broadcast on a small

Actor Profile: Bruno Ganz

In multiple languages, and in roles both large and small, Bruno Ganz has managed to bring an empathetic grace to every character he plays.

THE COUNTRY DOCTOR: Deeper Than You'd Expect

Though appearing to be another of those aging romantic dramas, The Country Doctor is instead refreshingly heartwarming and impactful.

AMNESIA: A Compellingly Quiet Take On A Party Island

Amnesia follows Jo and Martha, who have come to the island of Ibiza for different reasons, and form an unlikely but heartwarming friendship.

FOOTNOTES: Painfully Out Of Tune

The best thing about Footnotes is that it's just 78 minutes. But there are so many other, better ways you could spend your time.

LOVE AT FIRST CHILD: Sparklingly Generic

Love at First Child offers nothing new in the romantic comedy genre, but some laughs and chemistry between the leads make it a pleasant

THE REAGAN SHOW: A Fascinating, Timely Conceit

Documentary distributors Dogwoof continue their hot streak with this fascinating inside look at Ronald Reagan's presidency.

Interview With Edda Manriquez, Director Of The Les Femmes Undergound International Film Festival

We were able to talk with Edda Manriquez, the organizer of the female-empowering Les Femmes Underground International Film Festival.

AFTERMATH: A Shallow Dive Into Grief And Guilt

Elliott Lester had juicy, absorbing material to work with. Unfortunately, he turns Aftermath into an underwhelming and empty endeavor.

ON A KNIFE EDGE: An Intimate Insight Into Overwhelming Injustice

While it doesn't address the female role, On A Knife Edge is a deep insight into the life of the Native American, that is