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Daily Archives: January 6, 2017
Veteran indie writer-director Maggie Greenwald’s best-known films — “The Ballad of Little Jo” and “Songcatcher” — are period pieces, fish-out-of-water romances. And all of her films have the refreshing novelty of being told from a female point of view. “Sophie … Continue reading
The mischievous twinkle never quite dims in the eyes of the two guys nicknamed, for the purpose of a documentary about them, “The Sunshine Makers.” And since the film’s about Tim Scully and Nicholas Sand, the “Orange Sunshine” manufacturers who … Continue reading