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Sundance 2019: Diversity Meets Wellness

Sundance: Film's Winter Wonderland Amidst the snowy mountains and crisp air of Park City and surrounding towns in Utah, Sundance Film Festival brings throngs who support and admire independent filmmaking every Winter. The 2019 festival proved a banner year for female participation, diversity of subject matter, and sales of women-led films for distribution. Inclusiveness at [...]

By | February 9th, 2019|Film|0 Comments

Sharkwater Extinction

Sharkwater Extinction Shares Rob Stewart's Ocean Activism Rob Stewart graced this earth with his passion, gentleness, intelligence, beauty, and compassion on land, in the ocean -- and also on the big screen. He was a filmmaker, activist, biologist, and famously a friend to sharks. Rob was at one with sharks of all kinds, equally comfortable [...]

By | January 31st, 2019|Film|0 Comments

Rob Stewart on The Revolution Movie

Conservationist, Activist, and Filmmaker Rob Stewart on the Need for The Revolution The late Film Director and Conservationist Rob Stewart was well-spoken, armed with facts and driven with an intoxicating optimism that powerfully draws people in. Naming the conservation movement, “The largest movement that has ever existed.” Stewart emphasizes collaboration and unity of all environmentally-minded [...]

By | January 31st, 2019|Don't Show on Home Page, Film|0 Comments

Avicii: True Stories The Documentary

Avicii: True Stories Directed by Levan Tsikurishvili Obscurity, success, fame, burn out, suicide. I’m not talking about the fictional A Star is Born but about Avicii: True Stories, one smart, slightly obscure documentary. You may know Avicii as a mega famous DJ. You may know he died too soon at the age of 28 in [...]

By | December 14th, 2018|Film|0 Comments

Rivalries and Revelries Create Drama in the Film Science Fair

Science Fair is a joyous affair. This film (directed by the award-winners Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster) showcases an international competition where it truly appears to be an honor just to be nominated. “If you’re there to just win the prize, you’re missing the point of Science Fair,” says Robbie, one of the enthusiastic and [...]

By | November 23rd, 2018|Film|0 Comments

An Epic Free Solo Captured on Film

Free Solo: Gripping Rocks & Gripping to Watch Rock climbing has significant history in California, specifically in the Yosemite Valley. Not surprisingly, one of our own has taken the sport to new heights. Alex Honnold free solo climbed the prestigious 3,200-foot wall face of the El Capitan mountain in Yosemite in 2017, as documented in [...]

By | October 4th, 2018|Film|0 Comments

Calling All Earthings Exclusive Clip

The Integratron dome in Landers, CA from "Calling All Earthlings," a feature documentary about the Integratron, 2018 Sharing the History of The Integratron The Integratron is a legendary place in the high desert, outside of Joshua Tree. In order to visit, you have to make reservations, trek down desolate roads, and find it. [...]

By | August 27th, 2018|Film|0 Comments

Pick of the Litter Follows Adorable Guide Dogs in Training

Potential Guide Dog Puppies are Adorable in Pick of the Litter If you love dogs and/or humanitarian causes, here is a must-see film that combines both. Pick of the Litter (directed by Don Hardy Jr and Dana Nachman) is a behind-the-scenes documentary about the preparation of guide dogs to serve the blind. Compared to the [...]

By | August 17th, 2018|Film|0 Comments

Won’t You Be My Neighbor Film Review

Won't You Be My Neighbor Directed by Morgan Neville “Love is at the root of everything. Love or the lack of it.” This simple yet profound emphasis on love is at the heart of the philosophy espoused by Mr Rogers. Mr Rogers was a TV star, student of childhood development, and minister. In the feature-length [...]

By | June 5th, 2018|Film|0 Comments

Coming to My Senses: Aaron Baker Walks from Tragedy to Triumph

Aaron Baker: From Motocross Injury to Recovery and Healing The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Never has that been reflected more clearly than in this powerful documentary that chronicles the life of Aaron Baker from paralyzing spinal injury through years of recovery and healing. Coming to My Senses tells Aaron’s [...]

By | May 30th, 2018|Film|0 Comments