After going through a total of six years of table reads and revisions, the small 700 word article for a flash fiction magazine has evolved into a complete work.
The 2016 documentary shows the rise and fall of two of the most popular spring break destinations.
The insightfulness of “My Life as a Zucchini” is nothing new for writer-director Céline Sciamma.
Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart made their last on-screen performances of two titular characters absolutely timeless.
T’was a night filled with filmmakers, neon lights and throwback jams.
The Rainey family works through obstacles and still gives back to the community.
The True/False film's meandering pace is perfect.
Shevaun Mizrahi’s “work in progress” film features individuals from all walks of life.
Director Anna Zamecka’s freshman documentary screened for the first time in the U.S. at True/False Film Fest.
Watching “Dina” is like watching a real-life rom-com play out in front of you.
The documentary is a vital look at the frustration and anger that followed Michael Brown’s death.
Director Maite Alberdi’s humanizes three individuals affected by the syndrome in her documentary.
The True/False documentary gives a look into the lives of three Baltimore teens.
The documentary opens viewers’ eyes to socioeconomic separation in Baltimore.
“School Daze” reveals a timeless understanding of racial tension.
The Deal With Documentaries: ‘And the Oscar Goes To…’ reveals the history and politics behind the awards
The 2014 documentary explores the history of the prestigious awards in great depth.
The 2016 documentary explores legislation that has led to racially disproportionate prison overcrowding.
The film shown at Citizen Jane Film Festival brings the lives of female lighthouse workers in the 1870s into the spotlight.
This Citizen Jane film helps viewers understand their privilege of education.
Whether you love reading or watching TV, there’s something for you.