Monthly Archives: March 2020

HIGHLIGHTS – MARCH 2020 DRAMA Short Film Festival

AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS: BEST FILM: A MISSING PIECE BEST PERFORMANCES: KILLING CHRISTMAS BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: RICK THUNDER IN…LOOK BACK TOMORROW BEST MUSIC: THE INTERVIEW Theme of night: Reality isn’t what it seems. NOTE: Festival took place during the COVID-19 virus lockdown … Continue reading

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Killing Christmas Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from March 2020 Drama Festival

KILLING CHRISTMAS, 12min., USA, Drama/Family Directed by Trudy Bellinger Deciding to opt out of the season of goodwill altogether, Holly abandons her family and all the forced merriment on Christmas Eve and instead gets a strange encounter with a security guard … Continue reading

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Damned If I Do Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from March 2020 Drama Film Festival

DAMNED IF I DO, 7min, USA, Drama/Dark Comedy Directed by Jacob Samuels A custodian has to assess his morals after learning that his relationship isn’t what it appears to be. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the … Continue reading

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All This Time Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from March 2020 Drama Film Festival

ALL THIS TIME, 7min., Czech Republic, Drama/Family Directed by Monica Mai An elderly woman attempts to confess her feelings to her friend in the hospital. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

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A Missing Piece Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from March 2020 Drama Film Festival

  A MISSING PIECE, 16min., USA, Drama/Family Directed by Grace Chang Ling, a former Peking Opera performer, tries to enlist her teenage son, David to deliver a mysterious package to her aging Opera master. During their visit at her master’s old … Continue reading

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Poster: The French Dispatch (2020) — Let’s Go To The Movies

As well as the trailer dropping for The French Dispatch, we also have this very different and unique poster for Wes Anderson’s next film. via Poster: The French Dispatch (2020) — Let’s Go To The Movies

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Fruitvale Station (2013) Review — Let’s Go To The Movies

The true story of Oscar Grant, a 22 year old who on December 31st 2008 would be crossing paths with friends, family and enemies all leading up to an ill fated encounter with Police Officers at Fruitvale Station. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ via Fruitvale … Continue reading

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Just Like Heaven (2005) Review — Let’s Go To The Movies

Elizabeth is a very hardworking and dedicated doctor, she pretty much lives at the hospital and caring for her patients. She did not make time for anything else and put her life on hold to achieve her dreams. A tragic … Continue reading

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Intolerable Cruelty (2003) Review — Let’s Go To The Movies

Marilyn is a gold-digger looking for a rich man to marry and fleece for all of his money. When she comes up against Miles Massey a divorce lawyer who never loses and costs her a big payout from her cheating … Continue reading

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Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) Review — Let’s Go To The Movies

Sonic the Hedgehog finds himself on Earth and had been embracing his new home while trying to stay hidden, he has been watching police officer Tom and longs to be his friend. This eventually happens when they must then protect … Continue reading

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