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When One Life Is at Risk, Everyone Is Affected

By Roger Costa BEN IS BACK As soon as her troubled young son arrives back home from rehab, an anxious mother collects everything valuable and hides them away. Witnessing her

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Unwanted Love, Abandoned Kids and Dark Socialism

By Roger Costa THE GREAT PRETENDER Following his intriguing tragicomedy “Thirsty Street”, Award-winning director Nathan Silver returns with a lovable, insightful and funny romance shot over the effervescent heat of

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Complex Refugee, Online Revolution & Rolling Freedom

By Roger Costa THE CHARMER Iranian director Milad Alami’s sophomore feature is an intense dramatically-charged sexy thriller that subtly addresses the refugee issue with brilliant insights. Ardalan Esmaili gives a

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Facing Social Rebellion and the Risks of Tech

By Roger Costa BECOMING ASTRID In these times of women’s liberation, Danish Director Pernille Fischer Christensen’s biopic on Swedish writer Astrid Lindgren feels utterly relevant and timely. Sensitive and provocative

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Looking for a Place to Call Home

By Roger Costa WHO WILL SAVE THE ROSES? A couple of gay Seniors is the focus of this charming Italian melodrama, highly supported by the incredibly touching performances. The pair

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A Modern Age In Need of Healing and Direction

By Roger Costa Showcasing the best in documentaries from around the globe, DOC NYC 2018 will present important revelations about our days, society, politics, behavior and other issues, making it

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Dysfunctional Teens, Family Affairs and Angry Love

By Roger Costa MARFA GIRL 2 Two decades after his internationally acclaimed “Kids”, photographer/director Larry Clark returns with another investigation on teen dilemmas, as they seek freedom through sex, drugs

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Challenging Society and Religion To Find Acceptance

By Roger Costa 1985 A young man returns home for a final farewell after learning he’s got HIV. This premise seems pure cliche, but award-winning director Yen Tan’s fifth feature

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The Voice of Justice, Savage Capitalism and Border Crisis

By Roger Costa ON HER SHOULDERS Winner of the Directing Award at this year’s Sundance, documentarian Alexandria Bombach’s new work is a moving, hauntingly unforgettable experience following the distress of

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Vulnerable Love, a Bohemian Diva and Olympic Eagerness

By Roger Costa AFTER EVERYTHING Writers-Directors Hannah Marks and Joey Power’s impressive debut follows the troubles of a promiscuous young man living in modern days NYC and caught up by

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Running Away from Abandon, Officials and Consequence

By Roger Costa LIYANA Through the imagination of orphan children living in a community shelter in Swaziland, the story of an infant heroine is created in directors Aaron and Amanda

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Claiming Justice for the People, Now and Then

By Roger Costa BLACK ’47 In this dark epic set amidst the 1840’s Famine genocide in Ireland, a deserter soldier returns home only to become disappointed by the British Army

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Living in the Shadows of Memory, Hope and Death

By Roger Costa The most anticipated films of the year are coming to the 56th New York Film Festival, starting September 28. Audiences and movie lovers will have a chance

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Competing to Find Their Own Identity

By Roger Costa SCIENCE FAIR As we eyewitness loads of social and mental disorder affecting Millennials, this first-time collaborative work by Writers-Directors Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster feels so much

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Throwing Insecurity and Anxiety at Millennials

By Roger Costa I AM NOT A WITCH Brought to the authorities by a group of hatred, scared, superstitious and ignorant Villagers, a young girl is accused of witch-crafting. She

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