‘I Am Not A Witch’ Is A Powerful Debut For Writer/Director Rungano Nyoni

Courtesy: Film Movement By Philip Sayblack Gender equality and the lack thereof is a pressing issue around the world today.  From the issue of unequal pay between men and women in the United States to the issue of female subjugation overall in the Middle East and Africa, gender equality is a very significant top of discussion.  That is not to say that it is being ignored, as clearly advances have...

March 10th, 2019

Say Hello To ‘Bye Bye Germany,’ America

Courtesy: Film Movement By Philip Sayblack Hollywood has dried up, ladies and gentlemen.  That goes without saying. It’s been a while since American audiences have seen anything original from Hollywood’s “Big Six.”  Thankfully though, independent studios such as Level 33 Entertainment, Cohen Media Group, IFC Films, Anchor Bay Entertainment and Film Movement have taken over time and again...

September 16th, 2018

‘Jasper Jones’ Is One Of This Year’s Best Foreign Imports

Courtesy: Film Movement/Screen Australia By Philip Sayblack Murder mysteries and coming of age tales are among the most overly common story plots used today in literature and cinema.  From the U.S. to the U.K. to points around and between, both plots – both alone and combined – they seem to be among the most popular story types among viewers and readers alike.  Yet it seems in so many cases that...

July 6th, 2018
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History Buffs In Whole Should See Film Movement’s New WWII Doc ‘Line 41’ At Least Once

Courtesy: Film Movement By Philip Sayblack Ever since World War II came to its end in 1945, so many stories have been told of the war. At the same time, just as many stories have not been shared. That is because so many innocent lives were lost in the war and because so many survivors have died since then without being able to pass on their stories. Luckily, two more stories have finally been told...

February 16th, 2018
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