Author: Greggory W Morris

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NYFF Live, Remaining Dates, October 3 – 12, for Free Daily Talk Series and Free Events, 57th New York Film Festival

Sponsored by HBO®, NYFF Live features actors, directors, writers, critics, and other industry insiders participating in daily evening discussions that starte September 28 – and end October 9 in the Amphitheater at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center. Remaining Dates are October 3 – 12. – Gregg W. Morris

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57th New York Film Festival Secret Screening

UNCUT GEMS by Josh and Benny Safdie Adam stars Adam Sandler as Howard, a diamond dealer dangling on the edge of the abyss. His relationship with his wife (Idina Menzel) is imploding; he owes a hefty chunk of money to pissed off racketeers who would find kneecapping too gentle; and he is sinking into the quicksand of an escalating scheme to make a fortune by selling a diamond to Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett (playing himself and looking good). – Gregg W. Morris

New York City Commission on Human Rights Cracking Down on Harassment of Undocumented Immigrants

The new rules define discrimination on the basis of perceived or actual immigration status and national origin under the New York City Human Rights Law in public accommodations, employment and housing. Fines of up to $250,000 can be assessed for each act of willful discrimination, and damages are available to complainants. – Gregg W. Morris

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THE LOAD Film Review

Anyone, especially cinema aficionados, planning to see Ognjen Glavonić’s superb THE LOAD, originally titled TERET, shouldn’t be surprised if they experience the visceral sensations of a déjà vu moment reminding them of Henri-Georges Clouzot’s WAGES OF WAR (1952) and William Friedkin’s SORCERER (1977).