By Maria Esteves – May 17, 2015
CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap is a compelling and provocative documentary that explores America's history and present day disparity of women and people of color in the technology industry. It features archival footage of early pioneers such as English mathematician Ada Lovelace and U.S. Navy admiral/computer engineer Grace Hopper. In 1836, Lovelace wrote the first algorithm and became the first computer programmer.
By Maria Esteves – February 1, 2015
Felix and Meira (Félix et Meira) is explosive yet liberating! Set in Montreal, Canada; Brooklyn, New York and Venice, Italy; the film journeys into the life of Shulem (Luzer Twersky) and Malka (Hadas Yaron), an ordinary Orthodox Jewish couple in a failing marriage within the Orthodox community. Félix (Martin Dubreuil), a man in search of spirituality whose elderly father passed away from Alzheimer’s encounters Malka at Tatys Kosher Pizza.
By Maria Esteves – November 4, 2014
TIME OUT OF MIND is a genuine heartfelt extraordinary film that reveals a day in the life of George (Richard Gere), a homeless man on the streets of New York City. It intricately captures the heart and mind of George, the implications of society view on homelessness, his relationship with Dixon (Ben Vereen), another homeless man and Maggie (Jena Malone) his daughter. TIME OUT OF MIND, an IFC Films theatrical release is set for 2015.
By Maria Esteves – October 14, 2014
WHIPLASH is a thrilling and triumphant music drama set in present day New York City about Andrew Neyman (Miles Teller) a 19-year-old talented drummer student at the prestigious Shaffer Conservatory of Music (fictitious school) is compelled to be the best despite the cost. .