Review: DIVERGE (2016)

DIVERGE (2016) Going into the past to change the future. It’s an old plot device to be sure, but one that can be played out so many different ways. With his first feature film, DIVERGE, James Morrison goes for a slow, thoughtful approach with a lot to say about personal responsibility and corporate greed. Chris... Continue Reading →

Review: DEFECTIVE (2018)

DEFECTIVE (2017) We all want to think of the future as a wonderful, happy time where people and technology have evolved past the problems of the world as we now know it. But there’s always been a strong literary tradition of the opposite, dystopian futures where matters have gotten worse. Classics like 1984 and THE... Continue Reading →

News: DIVERGE Comes To VOD February 6th

Following a year-long festival tour including awards at Lund International, Julien Dubuque International, Tallgrass, and the Barbados Independent Film Festivals, Gravitas Ventures has acquired worldwide rights to James Morrison's independent science fiction thriller DIVERGE- now available for pre-order on iTunes! Pre-order the film today on iTunes HERE! The time-bending story follows a solitary survivor of a... Continue Reading →

Review: RADIUS (2017)

Science fiction and horror are two of the most schizophrenic genres, on the one hand, known for simplistic plots and a reliance on special effects they can also ask the deepest questions about humanity and the nature of existence itself. In RADIUS writer/directors Caroline Labrèche and Steeve Léonard (SANS DESSEIN) are asking a lot of... Continue Reading →

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