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Video Film Review: GIRL MOST LIKELY wants to succeed

Girl Most Likely would like to be on par to its cast.

Debra Kirschner, the episode’s host and the panelist, Patricia Koo, met up at the new location of the Wix Lounge, the free co-working and event space in New York City, to discuss the richly cast independent film, Girl Most Likely.

In this video review , filmmaker Debra Kirschner and photographer, Patricia Koo reveal their perspectives (sometimes agreeing and oft times not) on this film that you really want to see succeed.

Mimi Spilllane, our  correspondent for our “Video on Demand Pick of the Week” segment is also included in this episode and gives us insight as to why she feels the indie film, “Ginger and Rosa” is the one worth your viewing time of all of new releases currently available on demand. This is the first time our two highlighted films feature the same actress. And who might that be? None other than Annette Bening. Two heapings of her can never be wrong.

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Video Film Review: ZERO DARK THIRTY




In ZERO DARK THIRTY the hunter gets captured by the game

In this video review, today’s host, Carmen Mathis, sits down with panelists, Ilene Rosen and Debra Kirschner at Mojito Cuban Cuisine in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, New York, to discuss this award-winning and riveting thriller. They also review the science fiction online short, True Skin, which is written and directed by Stephan Zlotescu.

Zero Dark Thirty is based on the events that led up to the stealth capture and killing of Osama bin Laden in 2011. Directed by Academy Award winner, Kathryn Bigelow, with a screenplay written by Mark Boals, it is a powerful and gripping renactment of this ten year pursuit which is not to be missed.

The science fiction online short, True Skin, offers a vision of life in the not-too-distant future where being human is not is enough. Shot in Shanghai, China, it is written and directed by Stephan Zlotescu. This six minute version currently on view is rumored to be in the early stages of transforming into a major motion picture. Check it out online now at True Skin and remember when.

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Film Review: BULLY is a wake up call to action





Our host, Stefanie Alleyne, meets up with today’s panelists,  Deborah Kirschner, a screenwriter and filmmaker; Amanda Adams-Louis, a photographer and teaching artist; and Helene Abrams, a filmmaker, actress and educator, at Forty Weight Cafe, a co-op coffee shop and restaurant located in Park Slope, Brooklyn to review the heartfelt and critically acclaimed documentary, “Bully.”

“Bully,” the feature documentary directed by Lee Hirsch and co-written with Cynthia Lowen, is an alarming vision of the state of bullying in our schools across America today. Part documentary and part advocacy, it is a true wake-up call to action Continue reading