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Sasha has written for Roger Ebert's website, The Worcester Journal, and She is also the founder/editor-in-chief of Germinal, a new online magazine for politically-minded creative youth. In August, she will begin the MA program for Cinema & Media Studies at USC. It is very difficult for her not to take it personally when people let her know that they tried to watch Mad Men but just couldn't get into it.

ZERO MOTIVATION: Women At War, Computer Games & Staple Guns

Talya Lavie's Zero Motivation is simultaneously funny, serious, sentimental, sarcastic, slapstick, and totally unique.

PARIAH: Identity & Awareness As A Family Matter

Pariah is essential in the African American LGBTQ artistic and cinematic canon, as well as an achievement in cinematic storytelling.

DARK BLUE GIRL: German Psycho-Thriller Disguised As Family Drama

Dark Blue Girl is a cautionary tale for parenthood that reminds us that no one has control over who their child will become.

OLD ENOUGH: A Girlhood Cult Classic Tragically Lost in Coming-of-Age Canon

Old Enough is an affectionately accurate depiction of how it feels to grow into an age when the opinions of friends are all that

DREAM CITY: A Personal Documentary With Political Impact

About an aspiring actress in Iraq, Dream City weaves together both political and personal prospects to capture an immersive slice of life.