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Film Analysis

Life Before the Road

By Chris Cooke
An image from the film "Lowell Blues: The Words of Jack Kerouac."
A review of the film "Lowell Blues: The Words of Jack Kerouac.

Down and Out in Beacon Hill

By Chris Cooke
A still from "The Same Side of Rejection Street."
A Review of "The Same Side of Rejection Street"

Little Shots of Happiness

By Chris Cooke
A still from "Little Shots of Happiness."
A review of the Todd Verow film.

One More Day

By Chris Cooke
A still from "One More Day."
A review of the film to be featured at the MFA, Boston this month.

"In Jest"

By Chris Cooke
A photo of the teens who made "In Jest."
A review of the film by Vermont teens in the 1998 Fledgling Film Screenwriting Workshop

Rough Cuts

By Vikki WarnerThe Boston Film/Video Foundation creates a new regular program for filmmakers to screen their works-in-progress to a critical (but kind) audience.

Ennis' Gift: A Film About Learning Differences

By Chris Cooke
Ennis William Cosby with his parents.
A review of the new film by Joshua Seftel

One Punch for the Indies

By Francine Latil
The director of "Girlfight" Karyn Kusama was present for a local screening in September.
A review of "Girlfight"

All Previewed Out

By Chris Cooke
A still from "What Lies Beneath."
A review of "What Lies Beneath"

Ellie Lee’s Dark Vision

By Chris Cooke
A still from "Dog Days."
A review of "Dog Days"

"The Perfect Storm"

By Chris Cooke
Still from "The Perfect Storm"
A review of film shot in Gloucester, Massachusetts

Death: A Love Story

By Chris Cooke
A still from "Death: A Love Story."
A review of "Death: A Love Story"

The Documentary for Bangladesh

By Chris Cooke
A still from "16 Decisions."
A review of Gayle Ferraro's "16 Decisions"

Target Audience

By Stephen Brophy
A still from "Southpaw" part of the Shooting Gallery Film Series.
A review of The Shooting Gallery Film Series

Ma Belle

By Julie Wolf
A still from "94 Years and 1 Nursing Home Later."
A Review of "94 Years and 1 Nursing Home Later"

Water Fight

By Julie Wolf
A still from "A Hero for Daisy.
A review of "A Hero for Daisy"

Weird Science

By Julie Wolf
A screen shot from "Mr. Death"
A Review of "Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter Jr."

American Girl: "Once Removed"

By Julie Wolf
Still from "Once Removed."
A review of Julie Mallozzi's "Once Removed."

Road Warriors: "Pitstop"

By Chris Cooke
A still from "Pitstop"
A review of "Pitstop: or How Max Got to Hollywood."

Out & About in Northampton

By Lorre Fritchy
A still from "My Femme Divine" by Karen Everett.
A few gems from the gay and lesbian film series at the Northampton Film Festival.

Forget-Me-Nots: "Time Capsure Message in a Bottle"

By Chris Cooke
Westinghouse Time Capsule inspection.
A review of Cathleen O'Connell's "Time Capsule: Message in a Bottle"


By Chris CookeA review of "Temps."

A Miracle Happened There:

By Gentry Menzel
"The Children of Chabannes"
A Review of "The Children of Chabannes"

Behind the Numbers

By Julie Wolf
Still from "Where is Stephanie?"
A review of "Where is Stephanie?"

A Boy's Life

By Chris Cooke
A still from "Guttaperc."
A review of "Guttaperc."

There's Something about the Farrellys

By Kiersten Conner-Sax
Poster from "Outside Providence".
a review of "Outside Providence"

Girl Trouble

By Gentry MenzelReviews of "Run Like a Girl" and "Smile Pretty"

Coney Island Goose Chase

By Julie Wolf
Stan (Rick Stear) confronts the Skee-ball Weasel (Frank Whaley) in "Coney Island..."
A review of "Went to Coney Island on a Mission from God... Be Back by Five."

Wild Kingdom

By Gentry MenzelA review of "A Stranger in the Kingdom."

Rare Treat

By Julie Wolf
Stuart Acher’s film “Bobby Loves Mangos” was also featured at last year's Boston Film Festival.
A review of "Bobby Loves Mangos"