My Family is everything to me. Eight months ago my wife gave birth to our beloved daughter Abigail, but that is not where the story starts. Jamie and I both believe life is all about sacrifices, compromises, and accomplishments that … Continue reading Ironmom
Trust me now thank me later! I do not use this phrase often, but I have learned a few things since dabbling in cinematic production and audio is one of my weak links. It is a fact if you lack … Continue reading Where is the Lavaliere?
The story of Amy Winehouse is a sad one and a far too common one. A young artist who was not ready for the fame and all its pressures. She was crucified in the media while dealing with her own … Continue reading Amy
Director, Greg Barker, and his crew follow Obama and his Foreign Policy team throughout the course of his final year as president in 2016. My biggest observation while watching this film at HIFF, would be the audio levels. Although I … Continue reading “The Final Year”- Observations
I found this documentary to be very eye opening because I did not know about the battle that is currently happening in the film industry between the use of photo-chemical film and digital film. It’s sad to know that the … Continue reading Side by Side
I felt like I was constantly waiting on something during the duration of this whole film. Even though I knew that Baraka was a non-narrative film, I still felt like there was something missing in this film, like something needed to … Continue reading Baraka
The Debate of Digital vs Film is one that I remained entirely oblivious about, evidently living under a rock in the world of cinema. I loved the documentary Side by Side because it was extremely informative for me and may have … Continue reading Digital vs Film