This documentary on the work of Bert Rodriguez the conceptual artist had its World Premiere in Miami last night. It was an exhilarating ride, as befitting the extraordinary talent of this Miami born/based man.   It follows his life from 2008, just before his famed Whitney Biennale pieces, right through a whole roller coaster ride of expositions … Continue reading


There are times in this well-intentioned movie dealing with Alzheimer’s when the plot steers off course that it seems as muddled as poor Mama Gogo herself.  Part quirky comedy, part family high drama, part satire on the local film industry, and part ghost story, this is the latest movie from one of the major forces … Continue reading

Manchester By The Sea

Having directed just three feature films in 16 years the twice Oscar nominated filmmaker Kenneth Lonergan can hardly be described as prolific, but when the work is as phenomenally wonderful as Manchester By The Sea, then the long wait is definitely worth it.  A breakout hit at Sundance earlier this year, the movie was originally … Continue reading


Greg Barker’s new movie ‘MANHUNT’ could easily be described as the documentary tale behind Kathryn Bigelow’s excellent ‘ZERO DARK 30’ Oscar nominated movie with a little more backroom detail thrown in.   Back in 1993, a team of top female CIA analysts known as ‘The Sisterhood’ were the first to identify evidence that a terrorist group known … Continue reading


The Oscar-nominated documentary film-maker Morgan Spurlock has had a good run with some excellent entertaining movies (‘Super Size Me’, ‘Where In The World is Osama Bin Laden’, ‘The Greatest Movie Ever Sold’ etc) and now that he seems to be churning them out at an almost indecent speed, it was inevitable that eventually one would … Continue reading

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