Cambridge Writer Anita Harris reviews Boston premier of feature film “Redlegs,” shown recently at the Roxbury Film Festival.
Cambridge writer Anita Harris shares photos from gala benefit for Bill Lichtenstein’s forthcoming film, “The American Revolution”–a documentary on WBCN radio which Lichtenstein credits as instrumental (pun intended) in the political and cultural upheavals of the late 1960s.
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen presents an unusual mix of romance, politics, environmentalism, international affairs, humor, seriousness; it humanizes the character of an Arab sheik; pokes fun at the Brits. While the movie is farfetched, I enjoyed it. Three stars.
I am a total fan of James Franco. Even thought his appearance at the Oscars in red dress and blond wig was funny. He’s a distant cousin…which I tell everyone I can, every chance I get.
In pondering the curators’ decisions to highlight these artists, I can’t help but conclude that they’re making a statement about the current state of civilization, politics, and art. But I ask, where do we go from here?