Year 2016

Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing

Walking into the screening of Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing at the Savannah Film Festival, I knew I’d have a bias towards the story. I knew I’d be super emotional watching the documentary, produced for HBO and directed by Ricki Stein and… Continue Reading →

Trevor Noah’s Born A Crime

The moment I finished reading the last line of the final chapter in Trevor Noah’s book, Born a Crime, it felt like I was left sitting in a cinema after a really good film has played. You know those moments, when the credits… Continue Reading →

No Ghosts Please, Just Filmmakers

When the person sitting next to you on the plane tells you they made the Weiner documentary, it can be hard to suppress the urge to geek out entirely and bombard them with questions about how they made the film, which follows… Continue Reading →

In Celebration of Subtitles.

Oh, how I’ve grown to love the Foreign Language category of the Oscars. When I was younger and watching the ceremony, I’d usually pass it over, because there were no recognizable stars to me, and, what kid is really watching films with… Continue Reading →

Long Live the Chief – Luke Cage

Like many, I’ve been binge-watching Luke Cage – the Netflix series is perfect for afternoons once the long run is done. In this episode of The Rundown, I ran to some of the locations used in the show. Also, this… Continue Reading →

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