Review – Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me (2022)

In her new documentary, famous pop star and actress Selena Gomez invites us into her complicated mind in Selena Gomez : My Mind & Me. The mental health advocate’s journey is truthful, raw, and inspiring.

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“After years in the limelight, Selena Gomez achieves unimaginable stardom. But just as she reaches a new peak, an unexpected turn pulls her into darkness.”

Review – Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story **31 Days of Horror**

Evan Peters plays the Milwaukee Cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer in the Netflix mini-series Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. Watch our review of the show and look for more horror review this October during the ’31 Days of Horror.’

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“Across more than a decade, 17 teen boys and young men were murdered by convicted killer Jeffrey Dahmer. How did he evade arrest for so long?”

 

Review – 9/11: Inside the President’s War Room (2021)

by Kevin Muller

It is hard to believe that it’s been twenty years since 9/11. Everyone has their personal story about where they were and how it affected them. Over the last two decades the world has been changed by that event. The influence of that day runs through every faucet of American life. Countless books, think pieces, films, tv shows, and criticisms have been made about that sunny September day. There have also been countless documentaries about the impact of that infamous day. Does this one stand out?

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Review – 9/11: Inside the President’s War Room (2021)

by Armando Vanegas

9/11: Inside the President’s War Room is a very hard documentary to watch. It’s the kind of content that feels more enriching than entertaining to watch. But there’s still value in something that’s made to inform and educate about such tragic events. This doc focuses on the Bush administration as 9/11 was literally going on.

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Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 93 (Interview with Roosevelt Merisier)

Award-winning Fort Lauderdale, Florida filmmaker, Roosevelt Merisier, is all about community and culture. On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, Nile Fortner discusses with Roosevelt Merisier how he developed a documentary during the 2020 quarantine, working in South Florida as a filmmaker, FNOProductions, comedy clubs, and more on this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast.

If you’d like to go beyond our audio adventures, then you may follow Roosevelt Merisier on Instagram @failuresnooption_

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BRIARCLIFF ENTERTAINMENT ACQUIRES U.S RIGHTS TO BRYAN FOGEL’S ‘THE DISSIDENT’

Briarcliff Entertainment announced today the acquisition of domestic distribution rights to THE DISSIDENT, the highly anticipated film from Bryan Fogel (Academy Award-winning director of ICARUS), and today they released the films first trailer. Following the films world premiere at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year to rave reviews, Briarcliff is planning a theatrical and VOD release in late 2020 along with other events to coincide with the second anniversary of Jamal Khashoggi’s assassination. HanWay Films will handle international sales of the film. UTA Independent Film Group orchestrated both the domestic distribution deal, and the international sales deal on behalf of the filmmaking team.

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Review – Boys State (2020)

by Kevin Muller

Every year, in each individual state, an event happens that gathers 1100 adolescent boys to participate in tradition called Boys State. The American Legion sponsored program shows these inspired young men the ins and outs of politics through the course of a strenuous seven days, where they must form a mock government. By the end, the Legion hopes that the young men will be made aware of the politics, democracy, and effort it takes to running a successful campaign. Famous political figures such as Dick Cheney, Corey Booker, Bill Clinton, Rush Limbaugh, and many others, have participated in this event. Directors Jesse Moss and Amanda McBride guide us through a world that includes all the juicy aspects of politics: unity, idealism, hope, and backstabbing. Is this peek into the 85 year old institution worth the ride?

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Review – The Last Dance (2020)

Logan Myerz straps on his Air Jordans and travels back to the 1990s to review The Last Dance which chronicles Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls on their way to the 6th NBA title. The series is currently streaming on ESPN and will hit Netflix in the U.S. on July 19, 2020!

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“Charting the rise of the 1990’s Chicago Bulls, led by Michael Jordan, one of the most notable dynasties in sports history.”