Sarah Jones’s docu-drama “Sell/Buy/Date” effectively blends the stage with the screen to create a challenging exploration of sex work. [SFFILM Festival]

Tony Award-winning playwright Sarah Jones (Bridge & Tunnel) has developed and performed in several one-person shows over her career. They’ve explored immigrants, prejudice, community, feminism, sex work, and more, tackling complex topics with humor without losing insight. Inspired by people… Read More ›

A Conversation with “Split at the Root” producers Marti Noxon and Maria Grasso & Immigrant Families Together co-founder Julie Schwietert Collazo. [SXSW Film Festival]

EoM contributor Justin Waldman recently interviewed producers Marti Noxon and Maria Grasso and co-founder of Immigrant Families Together Julie Schwietert Collazo to discuss their work on the documentary Split at the Root, which is premiering at SXSW. During their conversation,… 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 ›