Author Archives: A.R. Handler

Coolidge Corner Theater Screens the Emerson Five

Anyone who happens to be in Coolidge Corner, Brookline, MA should definitely attend the screening of five outrageously talented, independent filmmakers.

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On the “Weak Species”: An Interview with Filmmaker Dan Faltz

Weak Species

In 1859, British naturalist Charles Darwin wrote about evolution through “natural selection” in his On the Origin of Species. Dan Faltz offers a surprising twist on the old theory in his disturbing, often farcical psychological thriller, Weak Species

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P.J.: An Interview with Filmmaker Russ Emanuel

Once in a while, a film comes along that forever changes our lives. Russ Emanuel manages to do this in P.J.—an award-winning film concerning an ordinary man’s extraordinary insight.

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Film Review: Skeletons

Wouldn’t it be nice to finally see an Indie film so rich in suspense that good old-fashioned fear holds us rigid in our seats?

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Film Review: Sean Christensen’s Empty House

Filmmaker Sean Christensen invites us into his memories as he feeds us bits and pieces of his parents’ divorce and his father’s departure from the family-home.

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Rising to “Saturday Morning”: An Interview with Filmmaker Rob Greenberg

Rob Greenberg

Rob Greenberg’s delightful romantic comedy, Saturday Morning, carries strong implications and a huge punch.

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