Stephanie Archer is 31 year old film fanatic living in Norwalk, CT, USA.
Stephanie Archer reviews Post No Bills, an animated short about taking risks, and spoke with with director Robin Hays.
Stephanie Archer reviews Creative Block, a short film that views the blocks of the mind, and shares her interview with director Nicola Rose.
While cathartic in the emotional expression of the finality of death, Irreplaceable You fails to be memorable, forgotten long after the credits have rolled.
While Love Always, Mom waves a large price tag in the eyes of its viewers, it is an engrossing film that shows a hope
Stephanie Archer reports on her time during the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival and the red carpet photos and interviews she had the opportunity to
Stephanie Archer reports on her time during Tribeca Film Festival 2018, and on her final day, recaps the Tribeca Retrospective Schindler's List.
Hagar Ben-Asher's Dead Women Walking creates the opportunity for conversation and examination while humanizing those individuals that society has locked away without a further
Stephanie Archer gives a roundup of some of her experiences at Tribeca Film Festival, including a sci-fi, documentaries, shorts, and more.
Stephanie Archer reports on her time during Tribeca Film Festival 2018, and reviews the animated short films curated by Whoopi Goldberg.
Premiering at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, Justin P. Lange's The Dark is an ingenious reinvention of the zombie genre, bringing a new rage