Author: Tabetha Alix

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Wicked Queer Presents a Mini Fall Film Festival

From November 18-21, Wicked Queer (North America’s 4th longest-running LGBTQ+ film festival and formerly known as the Boston LGBT Film Festival) will host its first miniature fall film fest at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Brattle Theater.  Seven documentaries will screen at the festival, according to Wicked Queer’s website. The festival’s centerpiece… Read more »

On the Ice: The Sundance Movie I Regret Walking Out Of

In middle school, I walked out of a film at the 2011 Sundance festival. My stepmother and I went to see On the Ice (2011), a film by Andrew Okpeaha MacLean that focuses on teenagers living in Barrow, Alaska (later renamed Utqiagvik in 2016). She invited me along because I lived in Alaska for most… Read more »

Polish Film “EO” Gets American Release

Director Jerzy Skolimowski’s new film, “EO,” releases in the U.S. Nov. 18 in the wake of a successful award season for the Polish filmmaker. “EO” won both the Jury Prize and Cannes Soundtrack Award at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, and received positive reviews from critics and Polish moviegoers.  The film tells the… Read more »

Thirteen Independent Horror Short Films To Watch Before Halloween

With the spooky season already upon us and Halloween just around the corner, it’s time to watch some horror films. Here’s a list of thirteen independent horror short films that are worth the watch, so turn off the lights and curl up with some popcorn!     “Lights Out” (2013) Director: David F. Sandberg Arguably… Read more »