Walter G. Moss: While viewing the 2017 film Apostasy (now on Amazon Prime), I kept thinking of how the Jehovah Witnesses (JW), especially its elders, depicted in the film lacked sufficient humility.
Eric A. Gordon: As with many gay people, Mapplethorpe’s journey toward understanding his sexual identity needed time.
Tom Hall: Don Shirley confronted the real power people in society, not the people who worked for, and obeyed the instructions of the ruling class.
Ed Rampell: PAFF screened more than 100 fiction, documentary, animated and short productions, plus workshops, panels and an art expo, all highlighting the history and experiences of people of African ancestry.
Peter Laarman: McKay’s film is crazy-making because he needs it to succeed as entertainment, and there is nothing funny about an imagined festive dinner of the ghouls.