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ALONG CAME WANDA

Jan Miller Corran’s Along Came Wanda is a particularly familiar, yet untold story, of how the pandemic has put a great deal into perspective. For

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THE ANDY BAKER TAPE

In fiction filmmaking, the “found footage” aesthetic has been renowned for multiple reasons: its ingenuity, its realistic style and technical execution, and its ability to

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BACK IN THE NO

While Back in The NO resembles the thrilling and theatrical medical drama classics such as Grey’s Anatomy and The Good Doctor, it does not reach

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THE KOREAN FROM SEOUL

Nam-Hong arrives in Australia from Korea to begin a job as the head of security for Chandlerdale Exports, where something is inexplicably wrong. Still, Nam-Kong

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HAMLET/HORATIO

To watch, or not to watch, that is the question. When it comes to Shakespeare adaptations, there are so many interpretations that it’s difficult to

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THE ENORMITY OF LIFE

The Enormity of Life begins with a dangerously delusional bipolar depressive, a young girl suffering from the mass media coverage of school shootings and a

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POOLING TO PARADISE

No situation has more potential for growth, chaos, or meaningful conversations than an unplanned road trip with complete strangers, and Director Roxy Shih’s 80-minute indie

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