October is right around the corner so horror movie reviews are likely coming soon. However, to end September, the MNFCA members had plenty of dramas to review.
Here’s what the Alliance has been up to lately.
Kelly Florence and Meg Hafdahl
For the Northern Iowan, Friesen wrote a preview of fall film festivals and a review of “Dear Evan Hansen.” Friesen also hosted a trivia match episode for The League of Cinephiles channel on YouTube.
At his website, Goethe wrote a piece remembering Michael Kenneth Williams, who died recently at the age of 54.
Goethe was also joined by fellow MNFCA member Nicholas Palodichuk on the series Kyle & Nick on Film to discuss the movies “My Neighbor Totoro,” “Princess Mononoke,” “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” “Bee Movie,” “Donkey Skin” and “Persepolis.”
Paul McGuire Grimes
Grimes also spoke with Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield about their work in the “Tammy Faye” film. Grimes also appeared on the show Twin Cities Live on Sept. 17 and 24.
At FlixChatter, Maramis reviewed the new release “The Eyes of Tammy Faye.” Maramis also wrote a review of 2020’s “The High Note” and 2018’s “The Guilty” from Norway. The latter has an American remake coming out soon with Jake Gyllenhaal.
Additionally, Maramis wrote about her favorite autumn scenes in “You’ve Got Mail” and the top 15 moments from “James Bond” films featuring Daniel Craig.
At The Pop Culturists, Stanko continued his Women of 1988 series, writing about “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown,” “Another Woman,” “Beetlejuice,” “Patty Hearst,” “The Last Temptation of Christ,” “Clara’s Heart,” “Bagdad Cafe,” “Big,” “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” “Big Business,” “Punchline,” “Child’s Play” and “Dead Ringers.”