‘Titane’: A Hypnotic Beautiful Film About Family

Julia Docournau’s uncompromising newest film is a beautiful analysis of unconditional love and family. 5/5 If you know me, you know that I have been eagerly and anxiously awaiting this film. I knew about Julia Docournau’s first film, Raw, and when she won the Palme d’Or my anticipation for Titane shot right up. That first…

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‘Dune’: The Grand Epic We’ve Been Waiting For

Denis Villeneuve’s Dune (2021) is a marvelous cinematic achievement that delivers on everything that it provides to the audience. 5/5 The long-awaited adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 science fiction novel, Dune, has finally hit the silver screen. What was supposed to be released last year is finally in our hands along with an already confirmed…

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NashFilm52: Short Films Reviews

As a filmmaker, we all start somewhere and somewhere is at making short films whether those are narrative or documentaries. The Nashville Film Festival provided a lot of incredible short films provided by their virtual cinema component this year. Now, I honestly cannot make a review for every single short I watched that I want…

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NashFilm52: ‘Clean Slate’ Review

Clean Slate is a brutally honest documentary film that presents the difficulties of being an addict and trying to make a film. Art is a reflection of us as humans. It is a reflection of the human condition whatever that means to you. I believe that art needs to be honest and it needs to…

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NashFilm52: ‘The Good Traitor’ Review

The Good Traitor is an interesting look into the life of Henrik Kauffmann that falls apart because of its uneven storytelling choices. I adore my historical dramas especially as someone who is a major history buff, I can thank my brother for teaching me that. This film caught my eye because this was always something…

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NashFilm52: ‘Ayar’ Review

Ayar is an ambitious work detailing life’s struggles that falls flat ahead of juggling what it wants to be. I was really looking forward to this film. When we received our press release document with all the films that would be playing at Nashville Film Festival this one in particular caught my eye. I suppose…

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NashFilm52: ‘Green Sea’ Review

Angeliki Antoniou’s Green Sea is a worthwhile film filled with beautiful themes and a story about memories. By now, if you haven’t noticed I love international cinema whether that is Latin America, Europe, Asia, or any other region that holds some sort of cinematic industry. I love being able to watch stories told through a…

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52nd Nashville Film Festival: Feature Film Capsules

52nd NFF (2021) Capsule Feature Film Reviews: Part 1 The 2021 Nashville Film Festival is coming to an end, and as to no surprise it has been an incredible experience; and I was only at the virtual event, imagine the in person experience. I want to thank the Nashville Film Festival committee for allowing myself…

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NashFilm52: ‘Queen of Glory’ Review

Nana Mensah’s directorial debut is full of potential and shines a light on the immigrant experience. Nashville Film Festival 2021 is finally here! I am so excited to be able to write tons of reviews for you all and tell you all about the films I am watching on my Twitter and Letterboxd. As you…

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage: A Detailed Review

Let There be carnage: And Carnage there Shall There is no secret that Venom was disliked by many fans of the character and the same goes for its sequel, which isn’t being welcomed with open arms. Many I questioned if they were going to go see it confidently told me if they were it was…

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NashFilm52: ‘The Fable of a Song’ Review

Andy Strohl’s deep dive into the Americana duo The Young Fables is a pleasant examination of life and art’s symbiotic relationship. Life is filled with various obstacles. Sometimes we are able to move past them, or sometimes it is tough to move on. The road to healing feels so long that you feel it may…

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Exilium Series: A Spoiler Free Review

Exilium Series: A new Adventure for readers Have you ever seen Extinction starring Michael Peña on Netflix? If you haven’t it tells the story of a man trying to save his family from an alien invasion only to find out a devastating truth about him, his world, and the said invaders. This is what the…

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