Lindsey Morgan on SKYLINES, Sci-fi and Soaps – Marina Antunes interviews

Actress Lindsey Morgan is best known for her turn on TV’s long-running The 100 but the fan favourite is not only concentrating on TV. Skylines, the third instalment in writer/director Liam O’Donnell’s ongoing sci-fi saga, stars Morgan as Rose, an ass-kicking badass who is charged with taking the fight to the alien planet in hopes of saving what’s left of humanity. While quite different from Morgan’s previous roles, Skylines gave the actress the opportunity to mix her passion for kickboxing, something she had been pursuing on her own, with acting; not to mention the opportunity to lead a cast of international stars.

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Sean Garrity on I PROPOSE WE NEVER SEE EACH OTHER AFTER TONIGHT – Marina Antunes interviews

For his latest film, writer/director Sean Garrity returns to the romantic comedy. Starring newcomer Hera Nalam and Kristian Jordan, I Propose We Never See Each Other Again After Tonight is a winner. A sweet and charming romance that feels authentic. Garrity discusses shooting a romance in the most unromantic of seasons (a Winnipeg winter), chemistry and his discover of Hera Nalam.

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FANNY LYE DELIVER’D – Review by Marina Antunes

Maxine Peake and Charles Dance star as Fanny and John Lye, Puritans who live with their young son Arthur, on a remote farm in the English countryside. John spends his time overseeing the day-to-day operation and a strict religious home while Fanny toils ceaselessly to serve her husband and son — until unexpected visitors upend their lives..

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AMULET – Review by Marina Antunes

Amulet is very distinctly, and effectively, a movie that turns the concept of “male saviour rescuing the maiden in distress” on its ear. The final act is a victorious, completely unexpected turn, that feels completely out of left field until one considers the subtlety and stealth of the script.

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I WILL MAKE YOU MINE – Review by Marina Antunes

Director Lynn Chen’s movie about three women in love with the same man captures the awkwardness of old relationships that are not quite rekindled but not quite dead in a manner that is sometimes uncomfortable to watch, but it’s refreshing to see three female leads confront their feelings head-on and come out the other side happier and ready to tackle the world.

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Filmmaker Marie Clements on RED SNOW – Marina Antunes interviews

Canadian artist Marie Clements’ career spans decades and includes acting, writing and directing in theatre, television and film. As a writer and filmmaker for screen media, she has worked in both scripted and unscripted entertainment and has developed the skills to tell nearly any story.

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