Dollhouse Movie Review from @kleffnotes

Dollhouse: The Eradication of Female Subjectivity From American Popular Culture releases in the U.S. this August after already having been launched for international sales after the 2020 online Cannes Festival. While the idea of stylized puppets may not lead you to think this is a piece that will be educational, it uses the humorous presentation to present viewers with the truth of fame and society’s views of women. Rock Salt recently acquired the rights and they very excited to be connected to this project. Continue reading “Dollhouse Movie Review from @kleffnotes”

Belly of the Beast and Coded Bias Human Rights Watch Film Festival Showcase from @kleffnotes

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival has moved online this year and while the festival did start on June 11th, it continues on until June 20th. For this ten day event those who wish to participate can purchase tickets to stream the films included in the lineup. I admittedly was not able to check out some of these films until after the festival started so in order to share my thoughts before it ends I wanted to release a showcase of the two I did have a chance to watch. Continue reading “Belly of the Beast and Coded Bias Human Rights Watch Film Festival Showcase from @kleffnotes”

Night Sweats Movie Review from @erinwise82

Night Sweats is inspired by true events….allegedly. This movie follows Yuri, a skateboarder new to New York, on his quest to find the truth behind his roommate’s mysterious death. Ok so like right off the bat this movie seemed a bit slow but things got interesting rather quickly when Yuri’s roommate starts having a super crazy seizure, that landed him in the hospital, where he dies, and
weird medical examiner comes to collect evidence. Continue reading “Night Sweats Movie Review from @erinwise82”

Thursday Short Film Review from @kleffnotes

Thursday is a dramatic Russian film is based on a true story, which just wrapped a United States run in Hollywood. With hopes for a nod in the 92nd Academy Awards this story is powerfully crafted. The run in the US gave this film a chance to be considered for an award and as it is a beautiful story this is a blessing. Continue reading “Thursday Short Film Review from @kleffnotes”