Farewell Amor takes a delicate look at an immigrant family that is reunited after being separated for 17 years and find themselves forever changed. Written and directed by Ekwa Msangi (Dollar Van), I screened it at the 2020 Urbanworld Film Festival. Farewell Amor is a story broken down into the three perspectives of our main
ENOLA HOLMES Review: Slow Build Pays off in surprisingly rewarding ways!
Enola Holmes, the anticipated film based on The Enola Holmes Mysteries book series from author Nancy Springer, centers the youngest Holmes sibling, Enola (Millie Bobby Brown, Stranger Things), on a quest to find their mother, Eudoria (Helena Bohnam Carter, The Crown). On Enola’s 16th birthday, Eudoria disappears, forcing Enola to reunite with her big
DEFINITION PLEASE Review: Sujata Day’s Debut Feature Is A Must See Film!
Written, directed, and starring Sujata Day (Insecure), Definition Please follows Day’s Monica Chowdry, 15 years after winning the 2005 Scribbs national spelling bee. Monica stays in her hometown of Greensburg, Pennsylvania, to care for her ailing mother, Jaya (Anna Khaja, The Good Place), after the untimely death of her father.
Fatal Affair Review: Gives Us Hollywood Royalty Without Unconventional Twists
Fatal Affair is the story of a torrid make-out session and an almost sexual encounter turned deadly obsession. A thriller that follows brilliant and successful lawyer Ellie Warren (Nia Long, Love Jones), and her architect husband Marcus (Stephen Bishop, Being Mary Jane), who has just moved from San Francisco to Oceancrest,
“Miss Juneteenth Authentically Tackles the Complexities, Expectations, and Sacrifices of Black Motherhood”
Written and directed by Channing Godfrey Peoples (Writer, Queen Sugar), Miss Juneteenth debuted at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival and I was lucky enough to attend the premiere. From its deeply complex performances to some of the beautifully lit imagery choices and the rich scenes that eloquently depict the struggles
Hollywood Netflix Review: A Much Needed Revisionist Portrayal
“The 40-Year-Old Version” is THE Sundance Breakout Hit
In the endearing and uniquely refreshing comedy, written, directed and starring Radha Blank (Writer, She’s Gotta Have It), The 40-year-old Version follows Radha, an accomplished and decorated playwright, who is caught in the rut of life. After the loss of her mom, Radha, a theater teacher, struggles with whether or