Look, it’s been a tough year. A pandemic, the economic uncertainty and deadly fear that accompany a pandemic, climate crises, a resurrection against the pillars of American democracy – no one will judge you for taking yourself out of it all with a bit of restorative and selective blindness informations.
The Franklin International Indie Film Festival (FIIFF) will be celebrating its fifth year at The Factory at Franklin’s Mockingbird Theater from Tuesday, November 9 to Sunday, November 14. FIIFF Director and Executive Director Nancy “Nan” Puetz travels abroad and participates in some of the biggest film festivals in the world.
The Camden International Film Festival is always an inspiration, but watching festival founder Ben Fowlie and his team go through two full seasons of adversity and come out better than ever before deserves a standing ovation. Thankfully, the Standing Bones are in the works for this year’s 17th CIFF, as
If the title disconcerts, scratches the surface, digs deeper, the meaning is just below. Spirituality is not far from life. It emanates from life and helps us to understand it. Just like the cinema. Symbiosis finds expression in the films of Amartya Bhattacharyya. It’s wild, it doesn’t seek any validation.