East End Film Festival: Tigre – Review

There are parts of this rich, rich world that are unknown or undiscovered to us. Idyllic spaces of vast greenery, dream-like water flowing copiously through the leaves and soils, and creatures of all-kinds creeping across the jungle floor. Within these spaces, not coveted by most Western eyes, are communities of people thriving on their own accord. In these pockets of isolation, there are equal bouts … Continue reading East End Film Festival: Tigre – Review

Brigsby Bear – Review

There are movies out there that take you entirely by surprise. Whether you researched them or not, you go in with one view on how it’s all going to turn out and come out completely shocked. It could be that the film is worse or better than expected, but most of the time it has touched you in some ways. This often happens with independent … Continue reading Brigsby Bear – Review

East End Film Festival: House Without Roof – Review

The idea of family is one tricky beast to navigate. There are people around you who are intrinsically linked to you, no matter how hard you try to sahek them off. Bound by blood (that sounded more Gothic than I thought,) and diligent with duty, you could clash and bicker personally but still have to be lumped together. Of course, once you hit a sweet … Continue reading East End Film Festival: House Without Roof – Review