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“Me and Orson Wells”: Reel Inspiration review by Robin Farmer

Robin Farmer, guest reviewer for “Me and Orson Wells,” brings a compelling view to Jana Segal’s Reel Inspiration. I’m eager to see this film; I know exactly who I want to see it with–a playwright. Here’s how Robin’s review begins: Based on Robert Kaplow’s novel of the same name, “Me and Orson Welles” is a […]

Most Inspiring Films of 2009…Vote @

A note from Jana Segal of Reel Inspiration: Reel Members, Our MOST INSPIRING FILMS OF 2009 list is compiled of films that have been promoted through our reviews on Reel Inspiration’s blogs. Diverse films with entertaining, powerful stories that uplift, challenge, give hope or inspire. Some weight has been given to films with themes that […]

Reel Inspiration reviews three Parisian-inspired movies

If you have been longing for a trip to Paris, here are three new films that feature the City of Love: “An Education,” “Coco Before Channel,” and “Paris.” Two of the films, “An Education” and “Coco Before Channel” are period pieces dealing with the confines of class and gender. In all three films, Paris is […]