//Reviews
//Features
Genre as the Flesh of the Human Experience: An Interview With Rod Blackhurst of 'Here Alone'

Genre as the Flesh of the Human Experience: An Interview With Rod Blackhurst of 'Here Alone'

By Paul Risker

26 Apr 2017 // 3:00 AM

Blackhurst reflects on his discovery of cinema, the need to rely on the conventions of cinema, and his ambitions to create a character study that will resonate....

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Never Forget: Angela Sarafyan On 'The Promise' and The Armenian Genocide

By Bernard Boo

24 Apr 2017 // 4:00 PM

Best known for her memorable work on Westworld, Sarafyan discusses her new film, The Promise, an epic memorial to the Armenian Genocide....

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//News

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//Mixed media
//Blogs

Boston Underground Film Festival 2017: 'Hounds of Love'

// Short Ends and Leader

"The captivity narrative in Hounds of Love explores the depths of a grisly co-dependence.

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