Geoffrey Fletcher

Geoffrey Fletcher

Geoffrey Fletcher is a screenwriter and film director. His screenplay for Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire received an Oscar for Writing (Adapted Screenplay) from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He is the first African American to win an Oscar for writing, directing, or producing a feature film. More information about his past and upcoming work can be found at www.GeoffreyFletcher.info.
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The Crimson Kimono

Sensitive, raw, refined, and ahead of its time. They still don’t make films like this stateside.

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The Painter and the Thief

An enthralling true story about forgiveness and redemption that plays with point of view – while ultimately leaving you on a hopeful note.

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His Dark Materials

An important coming-of-age story about the relationship between adults and children that’s relevant in any world.

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Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist

The show for anyone that wants something insanely out of this world but also a little bit relatable, too.

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Mythic Quest

A fun comedy that’s surprisingly layered and balanced with genuine emotional beats. Gamers and non-gamers alike should have fun with the humor and eccentric characters who stick with you.

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Hulu Shrill Season 2 Catch-Up Recap

The critically acclaimed series starring Aidy Bryan returned for a second season with an arc of growth that finally lets her character Annie make some progress in her personal and professional life.

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Noelle

Funny, heartwarming, and adorably eccentric, Disney+’s Noelle is ready to become a holiday classic in your home.

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A Very Sunny Christmas

Gross, over-the-top, brutal, and so opposite of every other Christmas special and movie that you can’t help but appreciate it. 

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The Apartment

A timeless look at the holidays from the point of view of those without families. Bitingly funny, the film will appeal to cynics, cinephiles, and even romantics.

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Serendipity

A lesson in authenticity, the power of friendship, and acting on your gut feeling, even when the odds are against you.

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Lisey’s Story

Lisey’s Story is an enchanting, frightening tale of magic and memory that’s in the upper echelon of Stephen King adaptations.

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What to Watch After In the Heights: More Diverse Musicals to Stream

What to watch after In the Heights? These musicals about inclusion have touched on everything from racial segregation to the struggle to make it in America.

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In the Heights

Like the musical that inspired it, In the Heights is filled with life, music, color, and passion. It literally radiates joy.

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Loki Refresher & Episode 1 Recap: “Glorious Purpose”

It’s an overall promising start for a new series. Loki doesn’t look or sound like anything else on TV right now, streaming or otherwise, and the series is all the better for it.

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Cruella

A fun and entertaining YA-level Disney movie that’s lovely to look at, just a little over the top, and not to be taken too seriously.

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In Treatment (2021)

A timely reboot that depicts the vital relationship between a therapist and patient, and the meaningful role it plays in fostering growth and change.

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Bo Burnham: Inside

To call Bo Burnham: Inside a comedy special doesn’t quite do it justice. There are moments of humor, to be sure, but also moments that will make you want to cry.

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Meet Loskey Founder Lori Cunningham

How does one person tackle challenges as large as the health of the planet and systemic gender inequality around the world?  For Loskey founder Lori Cunningham, it began with an everyday challenge that was right in front of her. Perpetually in search of the perfect t-shirt, she set out to create a line of shirts

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The Best of What’s New in Streaming: June 2021

We seem to be hitting a bit of a summer doldrums in June of 2021. But no month that has a new Marvel show, a new Pixar movie, and a new A24 horror movie can be a total wash.