After directing a series of shorts, filmmaker Reid Davenport jumps to features with documentary I Didn’t See You There, an experimental film exploring identity, visibility, and the continued consequences of the circus freak show from his perspective as an individual… Read More ›
Documentary “imperfect” may wear its namesake title well, but it’s still a fantastic step forward in shifting wider public perception. [Slamdance Film Festival]
Accessibility is the thing most take for granted. The whole entire world is designed for people without disabilities and, due to such rigidity, found itself stumbling to create the kind of necessary tools and improve access (telecommuting, remote services, increased… Read More ›
In this interview, EoM contributor Thomas Manning speaks with Regan Linton and Brian Malone, co-directors of the new documentary imperfect, which premieres at the 2022 Slamdance Film Festival. During their conversation, Linton and Malone speak of the importance of representation… Read More ›
“Best Summer Ever” is may be cheesy, but it’ll sweep you up in its charm nonetheless. [SXSW Film Festival]
Originally slated for a 2020 SXSW premiere, musical comedy Best Summer Ever from first-time feature directing partners Michael Parks Randa and Lauren Smitelli instead makes its world debut at the 2021 festival. Part Grease homage, part Disney Channel wannabe, part… Read More ›
Director Jenni Gold’s “CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion” examines the complex nature of disabled representation.
Without question, there’s something about storytelling that connects with audiences in a visceral way. A good story, no matter the medium, enables readers, listeners, or viewers to go on journeys of incredible fantasy or to observe moments of historical, even… Read More ›