Author: capecodfilmsociety

Future of Cinema?

Tribeca_Virtual_Arcade_2017.jpgI wrote this piece for The Independent Magazine about some of the really interesting virtual-reality pieces I experienced at Tribeca this year.  Hope you are able to experience them somehow. We’re not yet in a place where VR is available to all, but if you keep an eye out for these, I think you’ll find them pretty provocative.

http://independent-magazine.org/2018/07/brave-new-world-possibilities-diversity-vr-technology/

 

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This Year’s Filmmaker on the Edge…

TangerineToday the Provincetown International Film Festival kicks off. There is a ton of great coverage in this week’s Provincetown Magazine. I wanted to share this interview feature I wrote on this year’s Filmmaker on the Edge Sean Baker (The Florida Project, Tangerine, etc.). I really loved our conversation!

 

‘Call Her Ganda’ An Intersectional Doc at Tribeca

Still3_CHG_VigilIn 2014 Jennifer Laude was murdered in the Philippines by a U.S. Marine. The death of Laude, a Filipina trans woman, ignited protests not only from the LGBTQ and allies community, but from the Filipino general population fed up with the neocolonialist relationship between the U.S. and the Philippines. It’s an extraordinary documentary that really allows the intersectional issues and the complexity of US/Philippines relations to come through. I was able to interview key people involved with the documentary Call Her Ganda this year at the Tribeca Film Festival. The story is in this week’s Provincetown Magazine. Have a look here.

Shhh…Don’t Make a Sound!

unnamedCheck out my latest review in Provincetown Magazine for John Krasinski’s absorbing horror film A Quiet Place. It’s playing not only in Provincetown, but everywhere, and you simply cannot wait for it to be online/DVD… it demands the cinematic environment.