Monthly Archives: April 2011

Sympathy for Delicious Brings it Home: An Advocate’s Perspective

In the season of Passover and Easter, I feel obliged to take a more thoughtful approach to reviewing Sympathy for Delicious (SfD) than merely saying whether I liked the film or not. SfD chronicles the life of a newly paralyzed … Continue reading

Posted in From the Director's Desk | Tagged , , | Leave a comment : A sequel to Bum Fights

As of April 1, 2011 two homeless residents, George Grayson and Kyle Shaw of St. Petersburg, Florida are suing J.P Florida Productions, its owner Jeffery Williams as well as six female employees of the production company which is responsible for … Continue reading

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“Voluntary Hunger in Protest of Involuntary Hunger”

By: Brian Stone Today, it seems as though there is normalized acceptance of a segment of our population not having enough food or shelter. The proof is last week’s budget cuts which will push those without food, homes and medical … Continue reading

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