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THE ACCOUNTANT Film Review

This sagaciously witty production serves as a reminder of the creative ingenuity that can make a short film as aesthetically sumptuous as a regular feature. In the course of 35 minutes, an important message is expressed subtly but in depth and through exquisite acting and the Oscar-winning plot.
By Entertainment Editor Anakeiry Cruz

The Who, What, Where When and How of the Spectacular Asian American Film Lab and Its 17th Annual 72 Hour Shootout Competition Celebrating and Empowering Voices and Stories Too Often Marginalized by Mainstream Media

Part 1

The Shootout creates opportunities for filmmakers of color, particularly Asian Americans, and women to demonstrate their talent, gain exposure in the entertainment industry and create positive significant impact on the visibility of Asian and Asian American stories and characters in film and television.
By Gregg W. Morris

DAVID Film Short Review

It’s easy for this reviewer to imagine that everyone in an audience wherever DAVID streams is standing and applauding as this film comes to an end. This film can knock a smile off your face in one shot and immediately return it the next. In DAVE, his first, Director Zach Woods’ deft filmmaking can make you feel that you have to see it more than once.
By Gregg W. Morris

DOC NYC 2020 Film Review
THROUGH THE NIGHT – A Director’s Love Letter to Single Mothers and Care Providers

THROUGH THE NIGHT is a bewitching, beguiling cinéma vérité, fly-on-the-wall picture perfect film about the lives of the owners and customers of a grassroots New Rochelle, New York, 24-hour day care center. It’s lensed by a filmmaker who wants to flood pop culture “with beautifully complex portrayals of the lives of working-class women of color” and their families who stoically draw on “titanic strength, love, and selflessness” in the menacing face of racism and sexism and the inequality of American capitalism.
Review by Gregg W. Morris
Opens tomorrow, December 11, 2020 in multiple virtual cinemas.