https://youtu.be/FJbp6SoDy1M The 2021 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 9th to the 18th. To learn more about the festival and see this year's lineup of films and schedule, visit https://tiff.net/Want to know what we've seen, want … Continue reading.
You can visit Fantasia Virtually or In-Person this year https://youtu.be/_x_Fbq5lD1w Fantasia 2021 will run August 5 -25 with, as usual, a fascinating selection of genre films, talks, and experiences. In the video above, I got my friend and fellow movie … Continue reading.
Learn more about Hot Docs, including programs, schedule, and events, at their website! https://youtu.be/lJI4SD7olJE Hot Docs 2021 Discussion! Taylor and Thomas from ForReel fire up their mics and cameras to discuss the festival so far.… Continue reading.
https://youtu.be/qJRTTAVZbaU SXSW 2021 Wrap Up Discussion! Taylor and Thomas from ForReel fire up their mics and cameras once again to discuss the festival so far.… Continue reading.
https://youtu.be/Um0LSjfWnaE SXSW 2021 Mid-Festival Discussion! Taylor and Thomas from ForReel fire up their mics and cameras once again to discuss the festival so far.… Continue reading.
https://youtu.be/KvZh4FCPNuk SXSW begins tomorrow, March 16th and goes until Saturday the 20th. Follow this link to see the lineup of films from our friends at ForReel, and to check out the schedule and learn more about the festival, visit the … Continue reading.
https://youtu.be/_oz67ox6JGY That's a wrap for Sundance 2021! In this video, Taylor Beaumont leads a conversation with Thomas Stoneham-Judge and Taylor Baker, talking about everyone’s experiences with the festival. We recap as much as possible, from the festival platform to award … Continue reading.
https://youtu.be/rcniSBJqlfg Sundance 2021 Preview The 2021 Sundance Film Festival will be upon us in just over two weeks. Although there will be a lack of snowboarding and pub-crawling around Park City this year, Sundance is committed to making us feel … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 73/100 Tariq's choice to keep a tighter aspect ratio in conjunction with repetitive close ups and smart if a bit overdone sound design create an experience that is far more felt than seen. His past work … Continue reading.