IFFBoston ’14 Review: Locke

IFFBoston ’14 Review: Locke

The simple act of reading a plot description can easily skew your predisposition one way or the other. Going into a film with the bare minimum of understanding can occasionally yield fantastic results. The film landscape is a varied one, and the deluge of blockbusters are merely a screen blocking some decidedly different fare. [Read more…]

IFFBoston ’14 Review: Homemakers

IFFBoston ’14 Review: Homemakers

Soul searching films are a staple for independent film because film, like other art forms, is a reflection of humanity. “Homemakers,” is a film about a girl returning to her late-Grandfather’s abandoned Pittsburgh home, and seeking to restore it.

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