The biggest reason to stop telling people what films they should love or hate is primarily due to its icky gatekeeping factor, but, secondarily, there’s no telling what people will connect to and when. There are as many people out… Read More ›
Rich, bold, and frequently hilarious, Alexis Michalik’s directorial feature debut “Cyrano, My Love” beautifully honors the play and the players of “Cyrano de Bergerac”.
For many, there is a piece of art which, from the moment you come into contact with it, changes everything about the way you engage with the world. It could be a song, a painting, a sculpture, a photo, or… Read More ›