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Wonder Reel

Heartaches, Political Traumas, Memories and Greed

By Roger Costa THE YEAR OF SPECTACULAR MEN Tender, funny and unpredictable, Lea Thompson’s directorial debut is a family collaborative work. It reunites her two real-life daughters, Zoey and Madelyn

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Virtues from the Past and Some Community’s Teamwork

By Roger Costa ZOO Three 12 year-old embark on a dangerous journey to save a baby elephant, the last animal survivor from a cruel Nazi order to destroy all the

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Fables of these unsettling Modern Days

By Roger Costa Premiering some exciting and entertaining new productions, the annual festival Open Roads: New Italian Cinema 2018, promoted by Istituto Luce Cinecittà and Film Society of Lincoln Center,

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Accepting the Unexpected Changes in Life

By Roger Costa SUMMER 1993 A girl observes a woman in bed, contemplating the absence of a mother figure; Moments later, that woman embraces the girl, during her sleep, as

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Risking Everything to Reach a Higher Point

By Roger Costa RUNNING AFTER In Brazilian slang,”sete um”, (literally, seven one) is a term used to identify someone with the distinguished talent of convincing, persuading, tricking another to reach

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Some Male Lovers Existential Crisis

By Roger Costa THE DAY AFTER A man hides out in the park where he pours out in tears; he’s in trouble, an apparent heartache, a strong desire he can’t

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Worlds Ruled by Feminine Will

By Roger Costa EVERYTHING ELSE She sits at the desk calling out people who have been waiting for hours in line for an authentication or to renew all sorts of

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High Sales and Dreaming of Better Days to Come

By Roger Costa Set in 1945, Frankfurt and centered on the tricks and desperation of thousands of Jews waiting at former concentration camps for an opportunity to migrate to America,

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11 Movies You Must See at Tribeca Film Festival 2018

By Roger Costa The exciting and most popular festival in Manhattan runs thru April 29th presenting a selection of extraordinary new indie films displaying contemporary issues through distinguished personal journeys.

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Justifying Real Sacrifices and Reasons to Survive

By Roger Costa The upcoming Tribeca Film Festival 2018 will bring amusing and bold new indie films from the US and many parts of the globe, including much-awaited eye-striking documentaries.

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Escaping Musical, Racial and Political Conflicts

By Roger Costa GRACE JONES: BLOODLIGHT AND BAMI An intimate journey through the strong personality of the multi-talented, iconic influential pop star, Sophie Fiennes’s documentary follows the performer as she

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Celebrating the Spirit through Hope and Forgiveness

By Roger Costa PAUL, THE APOSTLE OF CHRIST Considered one of the most intriguing characters in the Bible, Paul was the main leader who helped establish Christianity, facing the hatred

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The Great Expectations of some Life-Changing Events

By Roger Costa Not only the annual New Directors/New Films Festival introduces the most exciting emerging filmmakers from around the globe, it also paves the way for the some of

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Paving the Way for Women’s Empowerment

By Roger Costa FLOWER A fresh take on the polemic issue of children sexual abuse, Max Winkler’s sophomore feature (his debut was the Uma Thurman-starred comedy “Ceremony”) follows the anxieties

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The Rise of Self Revolutions

By Roger Costa Presented by Film Society of Lincoln Center and Unifrance, the annual Rendez-Vous with French Cinema festival will bring to New York audiences a varied range of genres

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