What I wrote the last 2 weeks…

Some original Peach Fuzz content will be coming this week, I promise. Also, a few longer interviews and some interesting features on the various publications are in the works. In the meantime, I’ve been writing for a few different sites as always.

For Cinema Sentries, I wrote about Ecuador’s Oscar submission for International feature La Mala Noche, the documentary about the first African-American NHL player Willieand the animated feature about Spanish filmmaker Luis Buñuel’s style and experiences in Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles.

For Ready Steady Cut, I interviewed director Riley Stearns of The Art of Self-Defense, as well as a review of Harriet. I continued my NewFest coverage with reviews of And Then We Danced, Top 3, and Tu Me Manques.

For The Playlist, I did trailer reviews of Knives Out and Bad Boys For Life.

For Film Inquiry, I reviewed the animated feature Arctic Dogs.

For The Film Experience, I reviewed the Edward Norton-directed Motherless Brooklyn.

Look out for new stuff on the home site coming soon!

What I wrote this week…

This last week, I’ve had the honor of covering NewFest, NYC’s premiere LGBTQ film festival in its 31st year. I’m covering the festival for Ready Steady Cut, so that’s been my primary focus. As always, let’s break it down:

For Ready Steady Cut, I’ve been writing up review of NewFest films such as One Taxi Ride, Drag Kids, Cubbyand To the Stars. I also whipped up a review of Netflix’s Rattlesnake.

For Cinema Sentries, I reviewed Alice Waddington’s debut feature Paradise Hills.

For Film Inquiry, I wrote all about Big Mouth Season 3.

Lots of interviews incoming this week so look out!