As a part of the “Echoes of Incarceration” project, a group of young filmmakers with incarcerated parents are producing a series of of films to explore some of the hidden consequences of incarceration.
For-Profit Prisons have ruined lives, wasted millions in tax dollars, and haven’t made us any safer. But it doesn’t end there.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews “A Face In The Crowd”, detailing just how close to home the story hits to today’s political scene.
I talk with my friend Cady McClain about her new documentary.
National coming out day.
The Battle of Algiers (4K)- opening in NYC, LA, DC!
The CS Team talks to the creator of “It’s Craptacular” – the website reviewing bad movies.
Maximus may never have existed, but Hollywood gives us a hero to believe in just the same.
“It takes so little to fill, then break, the heart,” says William Reichard, encapsulating tenderness in two verse paragraphs.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews an incredibly cool film.
Emmy Potter of CultureSonar reviews the recent documentary about North Korea, “Under The Sun”.
Mobolaji Olambiwonnu realized he could remain angry about racism. But that is not the path he chose.
Every screenwriter knows the protagonist hits his lowest point at the end of act two and then rises from the ashes to emerge victorious.
—If you follow the emotions then you get the idea where the inspiration comes from.—Carleton King grew up in Brooklyn, had head shots as an infant and was pushed toward the profession by his parents. Even so, he always knew he had a knack and grew with the craft by studying acting and theater at…
Army veteran and GMP favorite Dwight Gray shares a winning poem on war, socialization, and one boy’s path to soldierhood.
These are some of the most unusual and mind-blowing fan theories that have ever been discussed online.