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Edgar Ortega

Born and raised in San Diego, CA, I am an aspiring filmmaker, or film journalist. Whichever one sticks. Way too obsessed with a galaxy far, far away for my age. You will often find me discussing a series about dragons and ice zombies on social media. Without the arts, I don’t know where I would be in my life right now. Storytelling has allowed me to let my imagination run wild in ways even I couldn’t predict. If I don’t pick up, it’s probably because I am too busy writing or watching something (good or bad) at the cinema.

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Sophie Galibert & Alex Trewhitt on Cherry: Tribeca Interview

Sophie Galibert ’s directorial debut Cherry had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival and we got to interview the director and star Alex Trewhitt.

Jerry & Marge Go Large (Tribeca Review)

Jerry & Marge Go Large is carried by two strong lead performances that elevate what would otherwise result in yet another bland feel-good drama.

Pink Moon (Tribeca Review): A Bizarre & Honest Exploration of Mortality

Pink Moon explores what it is to grow old and how we should use our time with our loved ones carefully, in this bizarre yet honest look at human mortality.

Clayne Crawford on The Integrity of Joseph Chambers: Tribeca Interview

The Integrity of Joseph Chambers premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and we got to interview star Clayne Crawford and talk about how the film came to be.

Barry Season 3 Finale Recap/Review: No Turning Back

The Barry season 3 finale is here with a shocking turn of events that will place our protagonist in a very interesting position come next season.

In Her Name (Tribeca Review): An Awkward Family Drama

On the surface, In Her Name is a by-the-numbers black & white family drama, but its colorful characters elevate it to awkward highs that make it a worthy watch.

Cherry (Film Review): A Charming Comedy About Embracing Adulthood

Cherry is a phenomenal coming-of-age comedy about responsibility and making important life choices, all while facing adulthood through an unplanned pregnancy.

The Integrity of Joseph Chambers (Tribeca Review): Proving One’s Worth

The Integrity of Joseph Chambers delivers on its premise of a man trying to prove his worth in a slow paced, immersive character study.

Barry Season 3 Episode 7 Review/Recap: Hitting Rock Bottom

Barry season 3, episode 7 sees our main players hit rock bottom as we get close to the season finale in what might be one of the darkest episodes in the series.

Barry Season 3 Episode 6 Review/Recap: What’s In the Sauce?

Barry season 3, episode 6 treats us to a breathtaking chase around LA as our beloved characters try to stand back up on two feet.