Helen Hunt’s character in the film Ride, (a movie she not only starred in, but also wrote and directed) is abrasive, crude yet dauntless and compassionate. The nuances found in this textured yet sympathetic performance shouldn’t surprise […]
The Fourth Noble Truth is a romantic comedy about the choice to find freedom from suffering found in the right actions of the eightfold path.
Directed by Gary T McDonald
Produced by […]
Directed by Ben Patterson
Reviewed by Karen Henry
Slamdance is like a second cousin to Sundance Film Festival, taking place simultaneously in Park City and often introducing first-rate films that are not […]
Consciousness takes top billing on the Cinema Marquee
When we think about the previous year in review from the perspective of films focused on the spiritual themes, it feels as though […]
Sundance 2015. It began with the flight attendant offering me a free bloody Mary on the DL for no apparent reason except to get the party started. Alrighty then!
As usual, […]
Glam, glitter, stars. This week’s Palm Springs International Film Festival is not only the first festival of the new year, but also a kick-off for the 2015 awards season. In […]
Directed by Guido Santi and Tina Mascara
A dedicated photographer met Khyongla Rato Rinpoche (The Tibet Center founder) in 1977, the Dalai Lama in 1979, became a monk in 1985, and […]