Review // Boy Erased

Based on the memoir by Garrard Conley, Joel Edgerton’s Boy Erased is another powerful milestone for the LGBTQ community as it touches on not only internal conflict, but the awful process known as conversion therapy that many are still subject to. The film follows the renamed Jared (Lucas Hedges) as he struggles to understand his … Continue reading Review // Boy Erased

Review // Skate Kitchen

Initially intended to be a documentary, Skate Kitchen from director Crystal Moselle morphed into a feature film after the success of her short, That One Day. Her acclaimed project used female skaters as subjects for the commissioned ‘Miu Miu Women’s Tales’, a series which critically celebrates femininity in the 21st century. The vibrancy of real characters of the New York … Continue reading Review // Skate Kitchen

Review // The Miseducation of Cameron Post

In 1993, two teenage girls sneak out of their high school prom to the parking lot where, under the dim glow of Friday night lights, they fumblingly caress each other in the backseat of a car. This precious expression of adolescent romance however is juxtaposed against a preceding shot pattern of closeups of nervous hair … Continue reading Review // The Miseducation of Cameron Post