Monthly Archives: June 2015


Since their inception movies have always represented a way to escape reality. Be it the drudgery of the everyday or the horrors of wartime, flickering images in the dark have always imagined a better place, somewhere out there, over the … Continue reading

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Cinema is an expensive art. Cinema costs time, energy and, most notably, money. This is even truer for the independent filmmaker, who lacks studio backing and must search outside the system for contributions. Most of the time, that money is … Continue reading

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Life is tough. Everyone knows that, but at some point, everyone must learn it. For Anna Sasaki, her twelfth summer is going to be her chance to confront that life lesson and learn to move through it. It is one … Continue reading

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