The Film Review: Movies Music Culture Politics Society Podcast | TFR Podcast Live

The Film Review: Movies Music Culture Politics Society Podcast | TFR Podcast Live

The Film Review, hosted by Crazy Dee & Tracey, the husband & wife team who review movies & music that affects culture, with added antidotes that add to the discuss on whatever-else (comes to mind). This Blog also includes various titles of podcasts produced by Lordlandfilms.com From the politics, to the skill of telling the story in film, to how film affects the viewer is discussed. Must watch episodes, everytime! | This Blog also has various podcasts created by Lordlandfilms.com, including: Crazy Dee Talks Film Production, Like It Is Conscious Radio, Interviews of Consciousness, Crazy Dee's MixTape Brand, and more... .... Show More

At 5:30pm - The Husband and Wife Team interview Will McFadden, who has a film about race, racism, a family and a baby, entitled: 'Doubting Thomas' (based on a true story). There's a family expecting a little bundle of joy, but when the baby is born, race and racism rears its ugly head. TFR review the film right after the interview, and then... at 6:30pm - Within our double show-in-one, The Voice of The Filmmaker and The Voice of The Critic interview Dr. Monique W. Morris who's produced a film about little Black girls being pushed out of schools, entitled: 'Push Out'. There's a phenomenon happening in schools where little Black girls are targeted. TFR reviews the film right after the interview. ---------------- The Film Review: Movies Music Culture Politics Society Podcast © 2019 Lordlandfilms.com, All Rights Reserved,

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