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Boston Asian American Festival Goes Virtual

Entering its 12th year, the Boston Asian American Film Festival(BAAFF) will hold its screening virtually from October 21– 25, 2020. A co-production of the Asian American Resource Workshop and ArtsEmerson, the BAAFF is New England’s Largest Asian American Film Festival with a mission to  empower Asian Americans through film by showcasing Asian American experiences and… Read more »


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Viggo Mortensen’s Falling to Open 2020 EnergaCAMERIMAGE Festival

EnergaCAMERIMAGE, the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography, announced this week that Falling, written and directed by Viggo Mortensen with cinematography by Marcel Zyskind, will be the festival’s opening film on November 14. The film has already closed the 2020 Sundance Film Festival and screened at the 2020 Festival de Cannes,  San Sebastián… Read more »


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Spike Lee’s documentary on AMERICAN UTOPIA at NYFF and BAMBOOZLED at 20 is still relevant

This weekend the New York Film Festival will continue its extended schedule on drive-in screens around New York and computer screens around the world with Spike Lee’s documentary on David Byrne’s Broadway show, American Utopia. Lee, along with eleven camera operators and cinematographer Ellen Kuras (who shot Lee’s Bamboozled), capture the thrill of live performance… Read more »


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The Gay Agenda is Alive and Well: These Thems

“Look at all these…thems, shes, hes, zirs…” Vero says, leaning against the bar, as the smile of a proud parent reaches across their face. This scene ends with a powerful, incredibly joyful, dance montage overlayed with the Hallway Swimmers’ Night Out, “We are the lucky ones; we have already won. We are together now. Can’t… Read more »


Timothy Richardson and Alexandra Grey leaning against a pink car.

The Tale of Two Star-Crossed Friends

Would you ever want to go back to your childhood? If so, what would you enjoy most about that trip? I would give anything to feel the unadulterated pleasure that rushed through my body when I learned something for the first time. Gossamer Folds, directed by Lisa Donato, made its premiere at the 2020 Bentonville… Read more »