Film Reviews and Press

Boston Globe: “In ‘Ham on Rye,’ coming of age comes with aspects of dreaming”

The Arts Fuse “Film Review: ‘White Riot’ — The Superb, Sadly Relevant, Story of Rock Against Racism”

Boston Herald: “Boston Asian American Film Festival a bridge for indie artists”

Cambridge Day Movie Review: ‘White Riot’

The Arts Fuse: “Film Review: ‘Town Bloody Hall’ — Rip-Roaring Feminist Cross Fire”

Boston Globe Movie Review: ‘White Riot’

WBUR – The Artery: “Local Independent Movie Theaters Are Taking The Pandemic Month By Month”

Cambridge Day reviews ‘Collective’ and ‘Once Upon a River’

Harvard Crimson: “A Theatre for One (or Fourteen More)”

Boston Globe: “Five horror festivals join forces for Nightstream”

Boston Herald: “Boston Underground Film Fest a collaborative virtual feast”

Cambridge Day Reviews ‘Native Son,’ Previews Boston Women’s Film Festival

Boston Globe: “Three festivals and two authors (one of them starring in an adaptation of his own book)”

Cambridge Chronicle: “Smaller Cambridge movie theaters remain closed, let bigger chains lead way”

The Arts Fuse: “Film Review: ‘Vinyl Nation’ — A Visit to Vinyl Heaven”