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TFF Announces 2016 Juried Award Winners

Edited by Gregg Morris DEAN, JUNCTION 48, and DO NOT RESIST win top awards in U.S. and International Narrative and World Documentary Competitions. NOTES ON BLINDNESS: INTO DARKNESS wins Storyscapes Award; Rachel Tunnard, ADULT LIFE SKILLS, wins fourth annual Nora Ephron…

Natalie Lally Reviews YOU’RE KILLING ME

By Special Correspondent Natalie Lally – A perfect mixture of horror and romantic comedy, YOU’RE KILLING ME is a gay slasher film poking barbs at society’s self-absorbed Internet culture. George (Jeffery Self), an entertainment and social media maven, creates viral…

Tell the Black Caucus: Stop Taking Private Prison Money

By Rashad Robinson, ColorOfChange.org [info@colorofchange.org] This week, Donald Trump suggested we reform our broken prison system by increasing privatization, saying ‘Private Prisons seems to work a lot better.’1 Private prison companies are responsible for some of the worst human rights abuses targeting…

Juries Announced for 2016 Tribeca Film Festival

The TFF jurors include industry leaders, award-winning actors, acclaimed filmmakers, writers, entrepreneurs, artists and cultural leaders divided among 11 festival categories. The 2016 festival runs April 13–24. Winning films, filmmakers, actors, and storytellers to be announced at TFF Awards Night ceremony…

Natalie Lally’s GORED Film Review

By Special Correspondent Natalie Lally April 6, 2016 A suspenseful telling of a courageous adventure of a matador chasing his dream of becoming world famous. GORED is an intimate documentary about the most gored bullfighter in modern history, Antonio Barrera.…

#OscarsSoWhite

The #OscarsSoWhite controversy was in full force in the weeks leading up to this year’s Academy Awards ceremony hosted by Chris Rock in late February.