By Punch Player Correspondent Darryl Keeton The IMPACT Arts + Film Fund recently held a special screening of the documentary film, â€œ1/2 Revolutionâ€ at E-Street Cinema in Washington. The documentary focuses on a group of friends living in Cairo during the initial 11 days of the Arab Spring. The film was shot literally on the [...]
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By Punch Pulse Correspondent Lindsey Clark On the grand scale of attention spans, I’d probably fall somewhere between a gnat and a 4 year old in terms of how long I can generally focus on any one thing.Â This is probablyÂ why I am such a fan of short films, and therefore why I’m so thrilled that [...]
By Punch Correspondent Darryl Keeton Pamelaâ€™s Punch was treated to a private screening of the film, â€œQueen of Versaillesâ€(Magnolia Pictures) at Landmark E Street Cinema yesterday. Now usually Iâ€™m up to date on most of the films that are creating a buzz, especially those recognized by Sundance this year (this film was winner of the [...]
By Punch Correspondent Darryl Keeton Advance movie screenings are always fun. There is something special about getting to taste the meal before the rest of the guests arrive, especially when the Sundance Film Festival has already placed their stamp of approval on the work. Landmark E-Street Cinema in Washington featured a special film on a [...]
By Punch Pep Correspondent Elizabeth Fischer The Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father CIA Spymaster William Colby candidly probes and explores a time in our history fraught with controversy.Â It is a balance between fact and emotion.Â It provides the human element lost when a nationâ€™s passionate focus is on the issues and [...]
The year was 1981.Â My family moved to South Bend, you know, Notre Dame country, a few hours away from Chicago, which by the way, to get to, you passed by the pollution of Gary, home of one famous Jackson family.Â This was the year that the public school system was finally “integrating”.Â At my [...]
‘Tis time for another film festival to take place in the nation’s capital, and this happens to be near and dear to my heart, the Environmental Film Festival.Â Among the many screenings, this particular one will have a special reception, as it is the Winner, Palme d’Or 2011 Cannes International Film Festival. The Tree of [...]