Author: Greggory W Morris

Review of AMERICAN SIKH, a Must-See Animation About a Real Story of an American Born, Turban-Wearing Sikh Who Discovers How to Stand His Ground After a Lifetime Facing Prejudice and Violence By Donning a Superhero Costume

Vishavjit Singh is a New York City based illustrator, writer, performance artist, diversity speaker and creator of For the past few years Vishavjit has been traveling across the country with his Sikh Captain America persona armed with a turban, beard and humor to tackle fear, anxiety, bigotry and intolerance. He uses storytelling as a tool to create a space for challenging conversations around identity, race, bias, vulnerability and how to be agents for change. – Review of the riveting animated story by Gregg W. Morris.

SEVAP/MITZVAH directed by Sabina Vajraca

Short films have become popular because they can provide a cost-effective learning experience for filmmakers and because of increasing audience diversity – though SEVAP/MITZVAH has the look and feel of a feature. That train of thought has this writer-reviewer imagining Director/Writer Sabina Varjraca’s 17-minute virtuoso SEVAP/MITZVAH is in the works to become a SEVAP/MITZVAH feature film. – Review by Gregg W. Morris

2023 Tribeca Fest Film Review: ROLLING ALONG – Part 1

ROLLING ALONG resonates like an enigmatic, bittersweet, raconteuring memoir which also provided a compelling dish of Americana rarely seen on the Big Screen.
Bradley’s talking about intimately personal and professional moments and periods of his life – woven into a nonfiction film narrative – is arresting, especially because he is alluding to much bigger matters. It should be seen, and seen more than once. Serious filmgoers, cinephiles, aficionados and film buffs know good and really good films have to be seen more than once since it’s rare for viewers to understand all there is to a movie. – Review by Gregg W. Morris

PIGLADY (2023) Film Review – Viewer Discretion Advised for This “Horror” Movie

Viewer discretion advised because this film belongs in that increasingly popular subgenre of films made by moviemakers regaled by audiences who salivate over their tasteless and downright disgusting content. PIGLADY is ladled with oodles and oodles of gratuitous nudity, relentless unrealistic ferocity and dosages of Schadenfreude. – Review by By Gregg W. Morris

MONOCHROMATIC (2023) Film Short Review – About the Searing, Coming of Age, Rite of Passage, of a 6-year-old Black Girl in Racist Great Britain

A telling piece of movie making about the rite of passage, coming of age, for Grace, 6 years old, British West Indian, who becomes aware that many White Brits despize West Indian People of Color. Her mom and aunt struggle – as their parents and their parents’ parents before them – about how to raise their their kids to deal with a cursed legacy. What should they do, what they shouldn’t do. – Review by Gregg W. Morris.