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Ryan Prows, writer/director of “Narcocorrido”

Ryan Prows, the writer and director of the dramatic short film “Narcocorrido,” talks about his thesis project for the American Film Institute. Continue reading

3.5 yaps

The Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters

An airy, light, fun, diverting trifle that captures the fun and spirit of a strange obsession. Continue reading

Mark Potts, filmmaker and star, “Cinema Six”

Mark Potts, co-director, co-writer and star of the Indy Film Fest comedy/drama “Cinema Six,” talks about life behind the concession bar and the camera. Continue reading

4.5 yaps

Side By Side

A must-see documentary for movie lovers, an essential look into the industry and a rare opportunity to hear the giants of the industry talk about their craft. Continue reading

3.5 yaps

(notes on) biology

Technically impressive, “(notes on) biology” is more like a warmup exercise to a movie than an actual, even short, one. Continue reading

4.5 yaps

Little Boat

A mere four minutes of wondrous animation, “Little Boat” is small cinema, writ large. Continue reading

3.5 yaps

Pedestrian Jar

A one-joke film short, although it is a pretty good joke. Continue reading

4.5 yaps


Like a mini-epic, “Narcocorrido” feels like part of a much grander story, of which we’re only seeing a small slice. Continue reading

4 yaps

Bench Seat

A fun, polished musical short with a streak of mock seriousness. Continue reading

3.5 yaps

The Kings of Yorktown

Despite a few tempo problems, “Kings of Yorktown” is an engaging heist movie where the robbery gets increasingly pushed to the side. Collin Ware is a knockout. Continue reading

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