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BLAME at Tribeca 2017– Nadia Alexander Wins Best Actress!

This is a long overdue update, but BLAME has had its World Premiere at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival! The whole event was a blast, and it was real treat to finally see the finished movie on the big screen. … Continue reading

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What Happens If You Don’t Take Out a Splinter?

Turns out, splinters can do more than just get under your skin.

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BLAME at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

BLAME, the indie feature I worked on a couple summers ago, is having its World Premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival! Congratulations to the cast and crew, especially writer-director Quinn Shephard! I saw an early cut a while ago which … Continue reading

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Flashbulb Memories!

Think about the most vivid memory you have. It’s probably about an emotionally charged event– your first kiss, or the death of a beloved pet. It feels really fresh, like it happened yesterday. Since it’s so vivid, it’s gotta be … Continue reading

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The 5 Second Rule

Should you eat that snack you dropped on the floor? Before you do, check out this episode of SciShow I wrote:

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Andrew’s Oscar Predictions 2017!

Update: 9/24! I think that’s worse than usual! It’s that time of year again. As usual, I have seen a few of the nominees, but not all, and not nearly enough. So I should be even more qualified than ever! … Continue reading

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Hidden Fences

An actor once told me, “There are two kinds of movies out there. The kind that tells people what they want to hear, and the kind that tells them what they need to know.” Hidden Figures, the story of black … Continue reading

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The Solar Storm That Almost Started World War III

Check out this episode I wrote for SciShow Space!

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And Now, a Flagrant Disregard for Morals and Decency

Old movies have a reputation for being kid friendly, no matter what they’re about. They don’t have any nudity, bad language, or disrespect for authority figures. This is largely because of the Motion Picture Production Code (or Hays Code), a … Continue reading

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You Get What You Deserve

The Brazilian TV series 3% arrived on Netflix with little fanfare in my English-speaking bubble, but I took my electronic overlord’s suggestion and was not disappointed. The show is very much in the vein of The Hunger Games or Divergent: plucky, sexy young … Continue reading

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