Tag Archives: indie films

Gilbert Speaks on Indie Film: Shattered Pitch

2 Mar

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As an author and a professional blogger, I‘ve had the honor of meeting some amazingly talented people. I’ve done several reviews of Indie Films, both full length and short, and most of the people I interview are Independent actors, producers and directors. Although most of my contacts were strangers, one young lady turned out to be my neighbor from South Philadelphia. Dawn Noel is a talented actress, producer, and dancer (22 Years, Sistah Did What? Law & Order), and I’ve written several articles on her for the Canadian Pop Culture Site, Biff Bam Pop: here and here. When Dawn Noel asked me to review a short film that she produced and also stars in, I immediately said yes. Shattered Pitch was written and directed by Rafael Soto. Did the film meet my expectations? Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks: Review of Director Patrick Devaney’s Impervia

29 Nov

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I love watching independent films and doing reviews on them. There are so many talented people in the world of Indie Films and their work is amazing. I’ve done several reviews of Patrick Devaney’s works: here, here and here. I am a big fan of his, but I was recently given his science fiction film to review. Did Impervia meet my expectations? Find out after the jump. Continue reading