Author: Greggory Morris

DESERT ONE Film Review

Shimmying like a kinetically charged Hollywood action-adventure film, DESERT ONE can make audiences feel as if they are flies on the wall, eyewitnesses to history through the marvel of a space-time-continuum created for them by a filmmaker in pursuit of truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth regarding The 1979 Iranian Hostage Crisis.
By Gregg W. Morris

Film Review: DAY RELEASE (FREIGANG)- A Palm Springs International Shortfest Nominee for Best Live-Action Short Over 15 Minutes

A hell of a story. Compelling. Picturesque, from the doe eyes of star Anna Suk playing with incredible finesse single mom Kathi (with a felony conviction) struggling to keep the nasty fates and cruel verities of life that have dogged her from being passed on to her wide-eyed son Patrick, played with aplomb by Patrick Schmidl.

A THOUSAND CUTS Film Review by Marivir R. Montebon

“Diaz’s film is clear, gripping, balanced – straight from the mouths of journalists, apologists, and the president himself. One is taken to the finer detail of the glorification of power, the abuse of power, and the deadly engagement of writing it as it is.”
By Marivir R. Montebon.

Lineup for the 48th Dance on Camera Festival, July 17-20, by Dance Films Association & Film at Lincoln Center

This program travels the globe from Ireland to Argentina to Kazakhstan, and the festival will be presented digitally for the first time. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, July 1. For additional information visit Film at Lincoln Center at, Dance Films Association at, and follow tlhem on social media: @filmlinc and @dancefilms.
Gregg W. Morris

Palm Springs International Shortfest

Palm Springs Shortfest – JOSIAH nominated for the Best U.S. Short; explores Hollywood’s unconscious stereotyping. DAY RELEASE, nominated for the Best Live-Action Short Over 15 Minutes;story of a single incarcerated mother facing a grave deadline. THE LAST FERRY FROM GRASS ISLAND, nominated for the Best U.S. Short; story of a hunted former Triad.
By Gregg W. Morris

Film at Lincoln Center Virtual Cinema 2020 Summer Lineup

FLC’s Virtual Cinema was launched in March in response to the pandemic and showcases a wide-ranging mix of new releases, recent festival favorites, and repertory titles that movie lovers can enjoy from the safety and comfort of their own homes. A portion of all Virtual Cinema rental revenues will support Film at Lincoln Center. Damn the Pandemic, Full Speed Ahead.
By Gregg W. Morris