SCRAP is intensely dramatic and infused with an uniquely comedic swagger throughout the film. I don’t care what other reviewers may be saying: SCRAP also has a surrealistic feel throughout the 115 minutes of running time and it’s truly rhapsodic.…
TAILGATE [AKA BUMPERKLEEF] (2020) Film Review
A 2020 selection at the Sitges Film Festival and FrightFest: The family patriarch (AKA Dad, Hubbie) at the wheel of the family car menacingly tailgates a slow moving van, thus pissing off (irriteren) the van driver, a sociopathic killing machine who doffs a yellow hazmat suit so that he can safely spray a fatally toxic, flesh-burning concoction on people who fail to apologize appropriately for insulting him. Whoa! A metaphorical masterpiece about Dutch society?
By Gregg W. Morris
Human Rights Watch Film Festival New York Digital 2020 – In These Times of the Pandemic & Vicious Police Attacks of Innocent Protestors and Black People
Important films that reflect a resounding global rallying cry: The will of the people shall not be ignored.
By Gregg W. Morris – Never forget George Floyd.
Juries Selected for 17th Annual Tribeca Film Festival April 18-29
The members of 10 juries, reflecting the tone and texture of the annual cultural showcase celebrating storytelling in film, television, virtual reality, music and games, will be tasked with honoring the new works of emerging and established members of the creative community with unique art awards and cash prizes as they present their works at the annual Festival.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center Announces Revivals Lineup for the 55th New York Film Festival, September 28 to October 15
New restorations of Andrei Tarkovsky’s The Sacrifice, Jean Vigo’s L’Atalante, Kenji Mizoguchi’s Sansho the Bailiff and A Story from Chikamatsu, Humberto Solás’s Lucía, and more, plus works by NYFF55 Main Slate filmmakers Agnès Varda and Philippe Garrel
Meet the Real People of DETROIT
YouTube Vignettes Courtesy Annapurna Pictures The verisimilitude of the film is stunning and audiences will feel as if they are eye witnesses. A report of gunshots near a National Guard staging area during the week of a violent urban uprising…
Kadia Goba Reviews AUDRIE & DAISY
By Senior Editor Kadia Goba – October 4, 2016 This Netflix film documents the excruciating stories of Audrie Pott, 16, of Texas, and Daisy Coleman, 14, of Missouri, who were raped by teenage boys. Reports and accounts of the sexual…
Greenwich International Film Fest Awards – Part I
Press Release Edited by Gregg Morris, June 10, 2016 Jury selections announced at Opening Awards Ceremony last night, kicking off the festival. Best Social Impact Film, Documentary Feature– HOOLIGAN SPARROW Narrative Feature – LITTLE MEN Narrative…
2016 Greenwich International Film Festival
Edited by Gregg Morris, May 12, 2016 The Greenwich International Film Festival today announced its Opening Night Films and Closing Night Films in addition to its full film slate, and special programs for its second edition, June 9-12. The festival…