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Kadia Goba Reviews THE WITNESS

  Synopsis In the middle of the night March 13, 1964 in Kew Gardens, Queens, Kitty Genovese was stabbed and killed in the neighboring parking lot of the apartment building where she resided. Despite several cries for help, she is…

Greenwich International Film Festival Panels

Edited by Gregg Morris June 2, 2016 – The Greenwich International Film Festival will be hosting panel discussions highlighting investments  in film, women in the entertainment industry and film adaptation of literature to further educate its audience. “GIFF is proud to provide free programming…

Commuting: The Good, the Bad, the Ugh

Article by Kara Paternostro
Time management should be an essential tool for students juggling classwork, studies, extracurricular activities, relationships, jobs, internships and family responsibilities, especially if they must commute long distances.

BEING CHARLIE Film Review

By Julia Beach Press Notes: Three decades ago Rob Reiner catapulted to the forefront of American filmmakers with two back-to-back films about youth and, with his latest he focuses once again on the trials and tribulations of the American teenager.…