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REVIEW- The Comedy Club – Cinequest Film Festival

I’ve often said (the question comes up more than you’d think) that among the jobs I would never ever want are ambulance drive in SF, Brain Surgeon, and Stand Up Comic. After seeing The Comedy Club, I can’t possibly omit … Continue reading

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REVIEW – Here Come the Videofreex – Cinequest Film Festival

Day 6 of Cinequest and I came across a real gem! Here Come the Videofreex was JUST what I needed at the end of a Monday; an absolute treasure of a film with a loveable band of radicals at the … Continue reading

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REVIEW – My Golden Days – CINEQUEST FILM FESTIVAL

My Golden Days is a film that will have you wondering if all French teens in the 80’s had such sophisticated, complicated, dramatic upbringings replete with insanity, pretension, unfounded confidence and the juggling of copious open relationships. It’s also a … Continue reading

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Musing – Final Thoughts on Cinequest Film Festival 25

I’ve mentioned before how film has followed me and intersected my living, but this year’s Cinequest stirred up a lot of emotions and while it’s always a bit sad at the end of the festival, 25 is going to be … Continue reading

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REVIEW- Zemene – Cinequest

Zemene is a simple story in some ways. A girl with a horrendous spine defect from a small Ethiopian Village by chance runs into a doctor who can help, and by doing so sends her on a trajectory of empowerment, … Continue reading

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REVIEW – Animated Shorts – Cinequest

Animated Shorts – This year was the best selection of Animated Shorts in recent memory; a genuinely fantastic compilation with an expanse variety of stories and styles, plus a huge display of really strong animation talent.  Additionally, I thought the … Continue reading

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REVIEW- The House on Pine Street- Cinequest

The world is definitely in need of more intelligent horror films. The industry turns out formulaic gore and paranormal prescriptions a dime a dozen and while they’re scary, fun and I certainly enjoy them, I enjoy an smart spin on … Continue reading

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