Monday, March 4, 2024

Erica Richards

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Movie Review (SXSW): ‘Demi Lavato: Dancing with the Devil’ Continuously Hits You with the Devastating Reality of Addiction

Director: Michael D. Ratner Synopsis: "Demi Lavato: Dancing with the Devil" is a powerful YouTube Originals documentary event, exploring every aspect that led to Lavato's nearly fatal overdose in 2018, and her awakenings...

Movie Review (SXSW): ‘Recovery’ is a Hilarious Sibling Road Trip Story with Just Enough Adventure

Director: Mallory Everton and Stephen Meek Stars: Whitney Call, Mallory Everton, Anne Sward Hansen, Julia Jolley Synopsis: Two directionless sisters brave a cross-country road trip to rescue their grandmother from a COVID outbreak at...

MOVIE REVIEW (SXSW): ‘The Drover’s Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson’ Offers a Feminist Twist on a Classic Western Tale

Director: Leah Purcell Writers: Leah Purcell Stars: Leah Purcell, Rob Collins, Sam Reid, Jessica De Gouw, Malachi Dower-Roberts Synopsis: A lonely bushwoman struggles to raise her children and run the family farm while her husband is...

MOVIE REVIEW (SXSW): ‘Best Summer Ever’ is a True-to-Genre Musical that Celebrates Diversity and Inclusion without Relying on it

Director: Michael Parks Randa and Lauren Smitelli Writers: Will Halby, Terra Mackintosh, Michael Parks Randa, Andrew Pilkington, Lauren Smitelli Stars: Shannon DeVido, Rickey Wilson Jr., MuMu, Jacob Waltuck, Emily Kranking, Eileen Grubba, Holly Palmer Synopsis:...

Movie Review(SXSW): ‘Here Before’ Proves a Slow Burn is Worth the Wait

Director: Stacey Gregg Writers: Stacey Gregg Stars: Andrew Riseborough, Martin McCann, Jonjo O'Neill, Eileen O'Higgins, Lewis McAskie Synopsis: After new neighbors move in next door, a bereaved mother begins to question her reality in this...

Movie Review (SXSW) ‘I’m Fine (Thanks For Asking)’ Is Sweet, But Too Simple

Directors: Kelley Kali and Angelique Molina Writers: Kelley Kali and Roma Kong Stars: Kelley Kali and Wesley Moss Synopsis: When a recently widowed mother becomes houseless, she convinces her 8-year-old daughter they are only camping for...

Movie Review (SXSW): ‘Introducing, Selma Blair’ Examines her Charm and Comedic Presence Softening the Blow of her Illness

Director:  Rachel Fleit Stars: Selma Blair Synopsis: A deeply intimate and raw portrait of Selma Blair after she is diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and tries to slow the progression of her disease. A rollercoaster of...

Op-Ed: #52FilmsByWomen – ‘Birds of Prey’ is a Colorful, Fun Story about Sisterhood and Identity

For the year 2021, I have set a goal to watch #52FilmsByWomen. I found 2020 to be an exceptionally incredible year for women filmmakers, amid the crazy global pandemic their films were...

Erica Richards

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