Teens today from almost any background now have the tools necessary to start a filmmaking career.
“Step” breaks the negative stereotypes of inner city kids and shines a light on them. I left the theater feeling I could change the world.
Our interview with the ‘STEP’ cast and crew involved more than 10 people, but it really felt like an intimate conversation.
This movie is a reminder of the importance of sisterhood, teamwork, and pure talent.
Watching a film about a tragic event that happened 50 years ago, I felt as if it could have been a clip that I would see on the news tomorrow.
The economic benefits, jobs and education associated with the booming film industry in Atlanta are all fantastic, but this question still stands: Where do young people fit into this new industry and how do we get involved?
Tom Holland is easily the best part about this movie. He’s the best blend of Peter Parker and Spider-Man (and, yes, that means better than Tobey Maguire).
A quick review from a non-superhero geek of Marvel’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (in theaters July 7). My perspective comes through the eye your average film-goer.
Not only was I excited for the Black Panther trailer this summer, I was also excited to finally see women of color represented in a film from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or the MCU.
Fast cars, guns, violence, and a good plot are only a few of the things you need to pull a teenage boy into a movie.