Watching films not for overindulgence, but to develop my taste buds: bite-sized reviews to whet your appetite, bon appétit

Last year I edited a video (video also featured at bottom of this piece) with scenes from some of my favorite films I’d seen over that year correlated with my … Continue reading Watching films not for overindulgence, but to develop my taste buds: bite-sized reviews to whet your appetite, bon appétit

Fish out of water: Haroula Rose on ‘Once Upon a River,’ directing Maya Hawke, and much more

I’m Greek, my family is from Greece, but I grew up in the Midwest, and I also love Americana as well as folk and country music. Who gets to have … Continue reading Fish out of water: Haroula Rose on ‘Once Upon a River,’ directing Maya Hawke, and much more

Kelly O’Sullivan’s debut script ‘Saint Frances’ brings an authentic look into womanhood

I had the pleasure of interviewing Kelly O’Sullivan shortly after her film “Saint Frances” opened at the Chicago Critics Film Festival at the Music Box Theatre this May. O’Sullivan wrote … Continue reading Kelly O’Sullivan’s debut script ‘Saint Frances’ brings an authentic look into womanhood