I have found the cinematic arts to be the sphere where I search for my identity, my voice. I decided to take this journey to the frigid streets of Park City, Utah, to learn from the Latin American and Latino/a voices at Sundance.
“The Driver Is Red” is at the same time educational, aesthetically pleasing, and suspenseful! The voiceover narration draws you in from the start, and the sketch animation aesthetic remarkably accentuates the clandestine nature of the story.
It has taken almost an entire season of growth, but now the crew of the USS Discovery is finally ready to perform as a fully functioning unit — and more than that, as family.
Greta Gerwig’s solo directorial debut “Lady Bird” was one of the best thing that happened to audiences in 2017.
“Man on Fire” is a 2018 Slamdance Film Festival documentary about the bold final act of Rev. Charles Moore, a retired Methodist minister who lit himself on fire in June 2014 to protest the racism of his hometown of Grand Saline, Texas. While in Park City, I had the honor of speaking with the film’s Director and Producer.
Reviews of “Tyrel” and “A Futile and Stupid Gesture” along with Roslyn Hernandez’ impressions of Sundance 2018.
Apart from the low temperatures, I have experienced the environment of the festival as an interesting mix of friendly confusion, great discussions, excitement, encouraged film-geeking, and gratitude towards the incredibly patient shuttle drivers and volunteers.
For the first time in a long time, my jaw literally dropped at the end of a Star Trek episode.
In the Mirror Universe, the crew of the Discovery is forced to explore a darker side of their personalities.
The Discovery crew’s journey into the deep forest of war has truly changed them and helped them find their soul amidst the chaos of the unknown.
The final peace that the season offers us is the redeeming power of community.
Eleven is looking for truth and connection.
Mid-way through the season, “Stranger Things” is firing on all cylinders.
If you want peace, prepare for war.
A conversation between two of our critics about the latest MCU movie.
Stranger Things 2 continues to be a cautionary tale and a fantastic parable about the danger of burying the truth and concealing pain.
Bob tells little Will that the best way to get rid of a nightmare is to stand up to it and tell it to go away.
The message of this episode is simple: we need each other.
I got to sit and talk with best friends Patrick and Justin and filmmakers Chris Karcher and Terry Parrish after watching the film at a screening at Fuller Theological Seminary.
Stranger Things took the time to show that everything is not okay, and that everyone did not live happily ever after.
There is neither Vulcan nor human, Federation nor Klingon.