Review: In the Shadow of God

Written and directed by Brian Sepanzyk, as a woman packs up her childhood home following the passing of her father, she comes to learn that there may have been a more sinister threat behind his death, long buried on the grounds of the family home. Starring: Sara Canning, Andrew Roy Drury, Mark Kandborg, Adam Lolacher and Brittany Willacy.

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Review: Too Rough

Written and directed by Sean Lìonadh, after a night of intoxication, a hungover and hysterical Nick wakes up next to his boyfriend Charlie and must conceal him from his own homophobic and dysfunctional family. Starring: Ruaridh Mollica, Joshua Griffin, Tomas Palmer, Neshla Caplan, Jane McCarry, Kevin O’Loughlin and Oliver Wright.

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Review: The Blood of the Dinosaurs

Written and directed by Joe Badon, co-written by Jason Kruppa, an Adult Swim style surrealist Kids’ Show for deranged adults and follows a lonely Children’s Show host, Uncle Bobbo, as he teaches children where oil comes from. Starring: Vincent Stalba, Stella Creel, Holly Bonney, Tiffany Christy, Kyle Clements, John Davis, Jeff Pearson, Kali Russell, Miles Hendler and Dan Wilder.

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Review: The Baldwin Archives

Directed by Laura Seay and written by lead actor Tory Devon Smith, one room, two men, one bold conversation. In 1963, famed author James Baldwin sits with BBC journalist Peter Duval Smith as the legendary writer expresses his perception on the plight of racism in America, and the importance of compassion for your fellow human being. Also Starring: Jordan Gavaris and Kristen Rozanski.

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Review: Old Man, Con Man

Written and directed by Oskar Nilsson, co-written by Jake Kuhn, Ervin, an ex con man, is released from prison to find his old pal Micky waiting for him. The seventy-five-year olds seem to hit it off as they drive around town, with a few pit stops along the way, but the cracks begin to show after fifteen years of neglect. Starring: Ewart James Walters, Robin Soans, Beau Dowinton, Nathalie Barclay and D’nai Pebbles.

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