Expecting parents often worry about their unborn child and hope that their new baby will arrive happy and healthy.
Typically, they’re not worried about what color their newborn will be upon entering the world. But, that is exactly the complex situation presented in Will McFadden's new indie feature film, ‘Doubting Thomas,’ inspired by true events.
White couple, Jen (Sarah Butler) and Tom (McFadden), are excited to welcome their new baby boy into the world, there's just one unexpected problem -- the boy is black. As suspicion is raised that family friend Ron (Jamie Hector) might be the...
In the era of the #MeToo movement, the new indie feature film “Spin The Plate” showcases a young woman searching to heal her heart while seeking justice.
Actor Becki Dennis stars as a survivor of childhood sexual abuse in the film which was based on Donna Anastasi’s award-winning novel “Spin The Plate.”
Directed by Eric R. Eastman and adapted for the screen by Tom Anastasi, the film recently made its world premiere at the Boston International Film Festival, attracting attention and earning awards, including a ‘Best Actress’ win for Becki.
I know this movie came out in 1960. I know that things were different then. But I watched Where The Boys Are for the first time in the year 2016, and BOY, do I have some things to say about it.
I picked up a VHS copy of link (along with a heap of other old beach movies) at a thrift shop, thinking it would be cute and summery 60s fun. Diiidn't quite turn out that way.
The summary on the back cover reads, "Break out the suntan lotion, put on the shades and tune into AM radio with the original classic that celebrates the annual migration of thousands of college students to sunny Fort Lauderdale...