Marc Collin has been a musician for 30 years but has always had a passion for filmmaking. He finally took the plunge with his first film, Le Choc du Futur (The Shock of the Future), a love letter to women in the electronic music world. Ana (Alma Jodorowsky) is a musician living in Paris in... Continue Reading →
Life changes and loss of innocence are difficult when you’re growing up, especially when your world relies on a small, close-knit group. In David Raboy’s The Giant, tragedy makes life a surreal dream for one girl as her world changes. Charlotte (Odessa Young) is graduating from high school. She lives in a small town with... Continue Reading →
Koko-di Koko-da: Grief’s Brutal Cycle
Life can be a series of repetitions. Like a set schedule, many of us welcome familiarity and a predictable path such as school, work, marriage, and children. This is the plan pushed upon us as we go about our business with blind faith, not acknowledging that things can go wrong at the drop of a... Continue Reading →
The Old Ways
When a Mexican-American reporter goes back to her hometown to investigate local tribes, she gets more than she bargained for with a battle between good and evil in Christopher Alender's first feature film, The Old Ways. Cristina (Brigitte Kali Canales) is a modern woman, a reporter, and someone with a strange history. As a child... Continue Reading →
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