TIFF18 Review: THE FRONT RUNNER – Pam Grady

Welcome to the worst episode of West Wing, ever, as directed by Jason Reitman trying to channel Robert Altman. Never has Altman’s signature overlapping dialogue and large, panoramic casts been so ill-used than in this pallid distillation of what went wrong with Colorado Senator Gary Hart’s 1988 presidential campaign.

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TIFF18 Review: ROMA – Pam Grady

Roma unreels like memory, blending quotidian scenes of family life with dramatic historical moments (an earthquake, student unrest), and leavening bits of absurdity. Exquisite sound design and director Alfonso Cuaron’s own shimmering black-and-white cinematography add to the pleasure of this warm, evocative drama,’s own shimmering black-and-white cinematography add to the pleasure of this warm, evocative drama,

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TIFF 2017: Angela Robinson on PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN — Pam Grady Interviews (Exclusive)

One of the happy surprises of Toronto International Film Festival 2017, Angela Robinson’s Professor Marston and the Women, may share

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SPOTLIGHT, July 2016: Meera Menon, Director of EQUITY

meera with hand to jawMeera Menon’s Equity signals the emergence of a bright new female director with a passion for exploring feminist issues. Menon galvanizes audiences with her use of an entertaining financial thriller meme to explicate what women face in a male-dominated business environment. Read on…

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