BACK TO THE DRIVE-IN – Review by Leslie Combemale

Back to the Drive-In is a love letter, a compassionate gift for a largely dying pastime and the intrepid, often bedraggled proprietors who have stuck with it, through all the ups and downs of the last few years. There are still drive-ins all across the country, and director April Wright goes to a number of them. Some are very successful, some on the verge of collapse, but all absolutely fascinating to see. So are the people that run them.

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April Wright chats STUNTWOMEN: THE UNTOLD HOLLYWOOD STORY – Sarah Knight Adamson interviews

April Wright’s Stuntwomen: The Untold Hollywood Story covers a topic that needs both awareness and recognition. Based on Mollie Gregory’s eponymous nonfiction book, the documentary is a historical look at female stuntwomen, with a modern take on today’s filmmaking environment, in which stunt coordinators rehearse multiple viewpoints of a stunt, mapping out all of the moves before the camera begins to roll.

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STUNTWOMEN: THE UNTOLD HOLLYWOOD STORY – Review by Leslie Combemale

You’ll learn from Stuntwomen: The Untold Hollywood Story. Because of the personal anecdotes and perspectives from stuntwomen of multiple generations, demonstrations of how some stunts were and are done, and the show of authentic passion, expertise and enthusiasm these women have for their craft, the film is always entertaining and fascinating.

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