Donnybrook may not be subtle always, but it is American through and through, for better and worse.
The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part keeps the pace going by following the same beat and pulling on similar heartstrings.
Showcasing an eclectic presentation of locally made movies, DTC looks to bring what the Southshore is all too familiar with to an area crying out for more.
It’s incredible to know that films like Buddies, taking chances on difficult and taboo topics, were made during their urgent eras.
Every 7 minutes in the US a child will be bullied. Only 4 in 100 adults will intervene, and only 11 percent of the child’s peers might do the same.
In this era of on-demand content, where everything and anything (almost) can be found, played, and binged, it’s refreshing to know that some shows are tackling neurosis and social anxiety well.
It’s one of those memories from early childhood that you don’t forget, especially if you grew up to be a film critic. I don’t remember all of the details, but here’s what I know: The whole extended Laurendine family, from Grams (Rose Claire) and Paw Paw (William Laurendine) to their children and then to their […]
It was only a matter of time before a filmmaker turned the gig-economy into a vehicle (no pun intended) for a nightmare. A while back, I reviewed a small movie called Fare, which was conceived, shot, and completed over the course of a few days. While the wear and tear between the seams of the […]
Take Em Down NOLA announced a new zine called Roots Rising featuring articles, poetry, and designs from the activists who participated and keep participating.
From complaints of harassment to straight-up discrimination, some major sources of journalism have often turned blind eyes and deaf ears to internal problems.
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