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SmartPhone Review- “Kuujjuaq”

Reviewed By:  Jerome Fitts “Kuujjuaq”, a smart phone  short film, which was initially a student essay, has found its way onto the Cacique Film Festival Series (Vienna, Austria event March 29th, 2019) screening selection. As well as being educational short film to anyone who hasn’t been to Kuujjuaq, this may serve as another reason to travel to a place where most wouldn’t dare ponder. That is until now! … Continue reading SmartPhone Review- “Kuujjuaq”

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“Job Life” By: Roberto I. Ercolalo- Short Film Review

Written By:  Jerome Fitts For the life of me I don’t know why indie film festival award winning director Roberto I. Ercolalo started this relevant piece in Spanish without subtitles. According to the films advertisement, the following film has been selected to numerous festivals. Its your call as well as evaluate some of those festivals selection committee members. *Just saying! Within the first 45 seconds of … Continue reading “Job Life” By: Roberto I. Ercolalo- Short Film Review

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 Jerome Fitts Clap! Clap! David Latreille for putting a twist, flavor and excitement in a video that encompasses the remarkable music by Asten Harris  yes A.K.A Apex Martin of Kayne West fame. Undoubtedly the song is killer but the rapid photos of actress Emilie Dumas should be displayed for patrons entering a nightclub anywhere. The thing of it is, this 2014  genuine piece of digital storytelling, which … Continue reading THE BOUDOIR – VIDEO SHORT REVIEW

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“The Cotillion” Short Film Review

 Jerome Fitts Robyn Whitmore of Sierra Lane Productions has attempted to bring issues in a Louisiana community that was once considered taboo yet remains in certain societies today. Independent films are normally funny, creative and sometimes thought provocative while being created on a low budget. Ms. Whitmore seems to have covered the norm while extending boundaries of various subject matters. The result or transparent review … Continue reading “The Cotillion” Short Film Review

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Bob Moses – “Battle Lines” | Album Review

 Jerome Fitts ** Also contributed to The Line Best Fit  If you are lucky enough to catch Bob Moses, the Canadian electro duo, then be prepared. Their latest album “Battle Lines” is a potent reminder of the power of the combination of hard rhythm, electronic experimentation, and hard-hitting lyrics. Just to be clear here: pound for pound and track for track, this record is a … Continue reading Bob Moses – “Battle Lines” | Album Review

“Lost In The Kingdom”- Single Review- KOYO

   Jerome Fitts The new single, “Lost In The Kingdom” by Leeds, England band Koyo, has certainly redefined the digital rewind button on any media player. You will find yourself listening to the track more than once. The song has the strength of discovering a third eye as one may make up their own video beginning with the opening lines of “Lost in the Kingdom of hopes and … Continue reading “Lost In The Kingdom”- Single Review- KOYO

The Twin Cams…and their “Same Four Walls”

By:   Jerome Fitts It is true the internet has made the world turn faster while becoming closer. There is also the element of attitude to speed up the process of compliments and recognition in the world of holding a mic and singing a song then putting it online and claiming to be in a band. For the most part, its a rather disgusting situation as … Continue reading The Twin Cams…and their “Same Four Walls”

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“Sheer Amazement”

“Sheer Amazement” By: Jerome Fitts- April 2015 In wrapping up the the current documentary film “The WorthJourney”, we decided to include a few subjective thoughts and excerpts from scenarios that was cut from the final version of the film. We couldn’t fit what is written below into the film because the people that supported me filming did not experience the same challenges and adversities. So … Continue reading “Sheer Amazement”