Film & Photography

13 Nov 2020

Even More of the Best Stuff Netflix on Netflix In November

Ready for more food and Christmas programming on Netflix to honor the season?  The programming treats in the second part of November include a Dolly Parton musical featuring over a dozen original Parton songs, a Shondaland documentary about Debbie Allen’s unique take on “The Nutcracker,” and a look at the

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12 Nov 2020

Celebrating 3 Years of Not Completely Shutting Down BAS

As you probably know by now, this website is labor of love. If my goal was to get rich, and I chose running a small independent media company as the way to do it, I’d be a complete idiot. Luckily the goal with Broke-Ass Stuart has always been to serve

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10 Nov 2020

San Francisco Transgender Film Festival Goes Virtual Amid Pandemic

In spite of the pandemic, the annual San Francisco Transgender Film Festival will go on as scheduled, albeit online. Now in its 22nd year, the event offers trans and gender non-conforming filmmakers a chance to reach a broad audience. This year’s festival runs this Thursday through Sunday. Virago is quite

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06 Nov 2020

On Moving Back to Pennsylvania for COVID & the Election

Now I found myself back in a hometown bracing itself for crisis on all ends — economic, social, political, civil — my feet pedaling hard on crumbling roads as I tried to gain ground on 11 years of missed birthdays, holidays, and just … time.

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02 Nov 2020

All the Best Stuff Hitting Netflix in November

Netflix is starting to beat the holiday rush by rolling out the first bunch of Christmas romance movies. But over here, the interesting stuff being shown in the first part of Netflix’s November range from a TV series classic, to a heist caper that launched a franchise, to some classics

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30 Oct 2020

Mike Tyson Mysteries: The Absurdist Masterpiece You Need Right Now

Somehow we, as a society, have been sleeping on a cartoon gem that stars Mike Tyson as an eightiesque cartoon leader of a crime solving mystery team. The world has been crumbling, we were stuck inside for 3 months, and yet we missed out on scenes where Mike Tyson has an existential crisis because he keeps inadvertently killing astronauts. 

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30 Oct 2020

Vinyl Nation: An Uplifting and Fun New Doc on Resurgence of Vinyl Records

  Vinyl Nation, a new documentary by Christopher Boone and Kevin Smokler, opens at a record store in Kansas City. A huge crowd of people is lining up early in the morning. It’s Record Store Day, an annual event when record stores see “record” business. The crowd is upbeat. All are

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27 Oct 2020

We Wanna Send You a Copy of the Photography Book “The Exhaustion Of Agony”

Photographer Marcell Turner’s new limited release book The Exhaustion Of Agony helps tell the story of an extremely turbulent time in The United States of America. A collection of photographs featuring: the George Floyd protests where the Black Lives Matter movement gained momentum, the Covid-19 pandemic that changed our entire

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