Tag Archive: Film festival

4 Must-See Documentaries at CAAMFest 2015

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CAAMFest 2015 is now in full swing, but you still have a week left of the festival to catch these four excellent documentaries. Don’t miss out! (Movie descriptions from the CAAMFest website) The… Continue reading

Review: She Lights Up Well (Wu, 2014) – CAAMFest 2015

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Her first feature-length movie, She Lights Up Well is written and directed by NYU Graduate Film Program student Joyce Wu. Wu also stars in this semi-autobiographical film about a late-20s Chinese American actress… Continue reading

Review: For a Woman (Kurys, 2013) – SVJFF 2014

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For a Woman (French: Pour une femme) was the last film we caught at this year’s Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival, which is now over (but put it on your calendars for next… Continue reading

Review: Soleils (Delahaye & Kouyaté, 2014) – MVFF 2014

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Soleils, the other movie I saw at the Mill Valley Film Festival this past Saturday, is a French-language joint collaboration between French director Olivier Delahaye and Burkina Fasan director Dani Kouyaté. Though the African… Continue reading

Review: 10,000 KM (Marques-Marcet, 2014) – MVFF 2014

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I had the good fortune of catching two movies at the Mill Valley Film Festival on Saturday, October 11th. Mill Valley is a quaint, sleepy sort of town, but the festival itself (with… Continue reading

Review: School of Babel (Bertuccelli, 2014) – SFIFF 2014

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I caught this movie during my volunteer shift at the San Francisco International Film Festival, the longest running film festival in North America. (I even got to be the mic runner for the Q&A!)… Continue reading

Looking Ahead: 2014 San Francisco International Film Festival

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If you live in the Bay Area, here’s your chance to catch a few of the movies I reviewed from Sundance as well as a host of other potentially great indie/art house films.… Continue reading