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REVIEW – HAIRY DIRECTED BY Maximillian Aguiar

Filmmaker, comedian and editor Maximillian Aguiar has had a wild run since stepping into this industry a while back. Starting his career with short skits and videos, Aguiar directed the feature ‘The Doors Between Us’ in 2019. Receiving critical acclaim, Aguiar would go on to make another feature ‘Veneer’ before developing his latest feature ‘Hairy’.
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Vision Films Announces U.S. VOD Release of ‘Mysterious Circumstance: The Death of Meriwether Lewis’

After a successful theatrical release across the U.S., Vision Films, Inc. ("Vision") announces the U.S. VOD release of Mysterious Circumstance: The Death of Meriwether Lewis across major streaming and cable platforms on October 28. Having opened in seven states in early September, it has enjoyed extended runs and added screens from coast to coast. Mysterious Circumstance is also currently being released theatrically in Canada through a deal with Michael Mosca and Cinema Guzzo Les Films.
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Watch: “Home” a family-friendly animated short film about the immigrant experience

After its premiere at the Lebanese Film Festival in Canada, this moving short film is finally online and streaming for people of all ages. Home is an ultra-short film by director and writer Sabine Kahwaji. The film follows a a memoir of a woman who recalls her challenging journey as an immigrant, with the hopes of making her way back home. This is one of those shorts that can easily grow into a feature, let alone a series. According to Kahwaji, this is just a sample of something much larger.
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Review – FLIRTS Directed by Don Tjernagel

Written and directed by Don Tjernagel, Flirts (2022) is a dramedy feature that stars Shawn Mcaninch, Rebecca Lee McCartney and Clint Boevers. Rebecca Lee McCartney plays Rebecca Romero, a gentlemen’s club owner whose business is under threat by local parental groups and conservatives. With opposing forces undertaking a sustained campaign to prevent the strip club from operating in the area where families live and children play, Rebecca is forced to take help from local politicians to keep her business afloat.