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"We don’t make movies to make money, we make money to make more movies." -Walt Disney

ZOO: A Charming Family Flick That'll Leave You Wanting More

Certainly a crowd pleaser, Zoo is light and easy, yet lacks a certain depth for its subject matter, despite its talented cast, that will

Real New Yorkers, Real Artists: Interview With Filmmakers Alessia Gatti & Martha Frances Williams

After its premiere at the Queens Short Film Festival, Film Inquiry's Samantha Celentano got to speak to the writer and lead actor of Oatmeal,

Miss Kiet's Children: Meet Your New Favorite Class

Prepare to be charmed by Peter Lataster and Petra Lataster-Czisch's documentary Miss Kiet's Children, a heartwarming ode to the power of education, and the

LEATHERFACE: A Dull Beginning for a Great Character

Predictable and boring, Leatherface fails to give viewers and fans of the franchise a gripping, riveting, startling movie on how a serial killer family

LOVER FOR A DAY: An Inviting Romance

If you enjoy French cinema, Lover For a Day won’t disappoint you: with its black and white picture, the dramatic, intricate, sensual love story,


With average performances, a weak script, and a lack of sentiment regarding the treatment of Native Americans, Hostiles isn’t going to make audiences want

COMPLIANCE: Making Us Question Authority

Based on true events, Compliance is a film about the police and following authority - it's compelling, if also extremely disturbing as well.

The Female Body In Film: Rethinking What's Normal

The female body has often been sexualized in mainstream film. It's time we become aware of how it affects the way we think about