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NYFF 2020 Review: ‘The Truffle Hunters’ Obvserves a Culture and Shocking Economic Disparity

A story about dogs, truffles, and older men may not seem like an inherently cinematic concept. Yet in the hands of Directors Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw, the true story of men searching for deli...

8 Great

Urbanworld 2020 Review: ‘Waikiki’ Takes Us Beyond The Picturesque Beaches To The Real Hawaii

We're all used to the pictures of beautiful beaches, leis and hula dancers when we think of Hawaii, but director Christopher Kahunahana takes us beyond the tourist veneer into the real daily lives of ...

‘Misbehaviour’ Interview: Philippa Lowthorpe On Making Film and Struggles of Being a Female Filmmaker

The 1970 Miss World competition took place in London, hosted by the US comedian Bob Hope. At that time Miss World was the most-watched TV show in the world with over 100 million viewers. Arguing that ...

‘Rising Phoenix’ Review: Heroes Come In Any Form

Chike Coleman reviews the Netflix documentary Rising Phoenix, which tells the story of heroes with disabilities.

9 Amazing

‘RGB’ Review: Shaping Gender Equality One Scathing Dissent At A Time

Chike Coleman reviews the RGB, the 2018 documentary focused on the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg.

8 Great

‘Ava’ Review: An Assassin Story Lacking Killer Motive

Ava is a deadly assassin who works for a black ops organization, traveling the globe specializing in high profile hits. When a job goes dangerously wrong she is forced to fight for her own survival.

5 Average

NYFF 2020 Review: ‘Mangrove’ is a Blistering Activist Drama for Our Times

Mangrove tells this true story of The Mangrove Nine, who clashed with London police in 1970. The trial that followed was the first judicial acknowledgment of behavior motivated by racial hatred within...

“The Assassination of Western Civilization” Review: A One-Shot Indie Thriller

Mark "The Movieman" gets an early look at the independent thriller "The Assassination of Western Civilization", a one-shot independent thriller from Director Nathan Suher

‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Review: A Strong Ensemble Cannot Overcome a Frustrating Narrative

What was supposed to be a peaceful protest turned into a violent clash with the police. What followed was one of the most notorious trials in history.

7 Good

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