INTERVIEW: Beck Kitsis Talks Intentions and Inspirations for ‘The Three Men You Meet at Night’ (2020)

We spoke with director, Beck Kistis, about her intentions and inspirations for the film, the difficulties of promoting a film in 2020, and her plans for the future.

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NIGHTSTREAM REVIEW: ‘Lapsis’ (2020) is a Grounded Sci-Fi Dystopia

Lapsis (2020) introduces its audiences to a world where Quantum computers rule and the need has arisen for cablers, a new occupation wherein people hike up and down hills laying cables and hooking them up to giant boxes in the woods.

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NIGHTSTREAM REVIEW: ‘Survival Skills’ (2020) is an Eerily Relevant Satire of the Police

Presented as a police training video from the 1980’s, Survival Skills (2020) is a topical satirical look at the United States police force, exploring the preparation (or lack thereof) that cops are given before heading out into the real world.

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10 Shorts to Look Out For at the NIGHTSTREAM Film Festival

With twenty different short blocks to choose from at NIGHTSTREAM, it can be hard to narrow down just what to watch, let alone figure out where to begin.

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The Squandered Potential of Edgar Wright’s ‘Scott Pilgrim vs the World’ Adaptation

It’s hard not to find the film lacking in the story department, particularly when it’s compared to the series of comics that serve as its source material.

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REVIEW: ‘Through the Glass Darkly’ (2020) is an Intriguing Small Town Mystery

Inspired by her own grandmother’s struggle with Alzheimer’s, Fash tells the story of a woman named Charlie (Robyn Lively) whose recent diagnosis with the progressively debilitating disease hasn’t stopped her from searching for her missing daughter, Lily (Kinsley Isla Dillon), a year after her disappearance.

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REVIEW: ‘Happy Happy Joy Joy: The Ren & Stimpy Story’ (2020) Responds to the Elephant in the Room

It is difficult to reconcile with the documentary’s use of this footage and how it shapes the film’s narrative.

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65 Years of Walt Disney’s ‘Lady & the Tramp’

Although not quite as popular as their human counterparts, two likeable pups made their mark in Disney history in 1955, and their story has since cemented itself into the popular imagination,

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Top of the Docs #18 – ‘Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure’ (2011)

Matthew Bate’s documentary film, “Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure,” documents the story of Eddie Lee and Mitchell’s initial recordings and attempts to make sense of the inherent humor and relatability of the strange pop culture sensation.

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