Reviews

Diane Warren Interview

The iconic Diane Warren is a multi award-winning songwriter, musician, and record producer— she has received 12 Academy Award nominations, is a Grammy winner, an Emmy winner, a Critics Choice winner, and a Golden Globe … Read more

Diane Warren Film Fest 919 Spotlight Award & Celebration

Diane Warren Film Fest 919 Celebration of Her Music

It was the perfect crisp, clear, twinkling-star Fall night for a gathering at Chapel Hill’s Caraway Village Drive-in. Nestled just off the highway with groves of … Read more

No Time to Die (R) ★★ 1/2 Chicago Film Festival & Film Fest 919 H360 Podcast

Hi Carl and hello to all of our listeners out there; tonight I’m going to talk about the latest James Bond movie, “No Time to Die,” and two Film Festivals opening this month.

Daniel Craig … Read more

The Many Saints of Newark (R) ★★★ H360 Podcast

Tonight, I’m going to talk about the new Soprano movie that stars Michael Gandolfini, the real-life son of James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano. Most of you know that he passed away in 2013.

“The Many … Read more

The Eyes of Tammy Faye (PG-13)★★★ H360 Podcast

Hi Carl, and hello to all of our listeners out there, tonight I’m going to talk about the film that everyone’s talking about, “The Eyes of Tammy Faye,” rated PG-13. The film stars Jessica Chastain … Read more

Emmy Award Winners, TiFF Winners, No Malice Film Contest H360 Podcast

Hi Carl, and hello to all of our listeners; it’s been a busy week, the TV Emmy Awards were announced, and as we reported, the shows Ted Lasso and the Crown were favorites, and they … Read more

Red Carpet Premiere of Blumhouse’s “Black as Night” Norah Finn Reports

On Tuesday night, September 21st, 20201, moviegoers and horror fanatics alike flocked to the Music Box Theater in Lincoln Park to watch the premiere of “Black as Night.” As part of Blumhouse’s new film series … Read more

The 46th Toronto International Film Festival–The 20 Top Films

The 46th Toronto International Film Festival has wrapped, and I was pleased to have viewed 20 films. Surprisingly, the documentaries scored high on my list, as I enjoyed the films “The Rescue, “Julia,” “Jagged,” and … Read more

‘No Malice Film Contest’ My Jury Experience

On January 29, 2021, I was contacted by Chaz Ebert to consider being on a panel of judges to judge film entries of 3 -7 minutes long for the NO MALICE FILM CONTEST for youth … Read more

Toronto International Film Festival 2021 Dionne Warwick and Julia H360

The 44th Toronto International Film Festival is here!

Tonight, I will talk about two films that I screened at the Toronto International Film Festival.

First up, the inspiring documentary film “Julia.” Most know that Julia … Read more

Emmy Awards Nominations Part 2- H360 Radio

Hi Carl, and hello to all of our listeners out there; tonight I’d like to talk more about the 73rd TV Emmy Awards that will be airing Sunday, September 19. The show will air on … Read more

46th Toronto International Film Festival 28 Most Anticipated Films

As an accredited press member covering the 46th Toronto International Film Festival, I approach my viewing upon various factors. Of course, personal interest typically pushes its way through in selection and script, director, and cast. … Read more

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Interviews

Diane Warren Interview

The iconic Diane Warren is a multi award-winning songwriter, musician, and record producer— she has received 12 Academy Award nominations, is a Grammy winner, an Emmy winner, a Critics Choice winner, and a Golden Globe … Read more

Red Carpet Premiere of Blumhouse’s “Black as Night” Norah Finn Reports

On Tuesday night, September 21st, 20201, moviegoers and horror fanatics alike flocked to the Music Box Theater in Lincoln Park to watch the premiere of “Black as Night.” As part of Blumhouse’s new film series … Read more

Cannes Film Festival 2021 Press Experience

Chaz Ebert of RogerEbert.com Interviewing Sarah Knight Adamson, Hotel Splendid Cannes, France July 16,2021

Attending the 74th Cannes Film Festival as an accredited member of the press of which also happens to be my inaugural … Read more

Gia Coppola Interview and Mainstream Film Review (R) ★★★½

I interviewed Gia Coppola on May 4, 2021, via Zoom for her second film, “Mainstream,” starring Andrew Garfield and Maya Hawke. “Mainstream” is a cautionary tale regarding social media and it’s effects on our lives.… Read more

93rd Academy Awards 2021, a View From the Virtual Oscar Press Office

Sunday, April 25, 2021, the day of the Academy Awards, began with a familiarity of anticipation that I have come to expect over the years—except this year was different, I was accepted to be a … Read more

Christo Brock Interview “Brewmance”

I interviewed Christo Brock, the writer and director of the documentary film “Brewmance” on April 6, 2021, via Zoom. I enjoyed the film “Brewmance” as I learned so much about not only craft beers, I … Read more

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Film Festivals and Events

Diane Warren Film Fest 919 Spotlight Award & Celebration

Diane Warren Film Fest 919 Celebration of Her Music

It was the perfect crisp, clear, twinkling-star Fall night for a gathering at Chapel Hill’s Caraway Village Drive-in. Nestled just off the highway with groves of … Read more

No Time to Die (R) ★★ 1/2 Chicago Film Festival & Film Fest 919 H360 Podcast

Hi Carl and hello to all of our listeners out there; tonight I’m going to talk about the latest James Bond movie, “No Time to Die,” and two Film Festivals opening this month.

Daniel Craig … Read more

Emmy Award Winners, TiFF Winners, No Malice Film Contest H360 Podcast

Hi Carl, and hello to all of our listeners; it’s been a busy week, the TV Emmy Awards were announced, and as we reported, the shows Ted Lasso and the Crown were favorites, and they … Read more

Red Carpet Premiere of Blumhouse’s “Black as Night” Norah Finn Reports

On Tuesday night, September 21st, 20201, moviegoers and horror fanatics alike flocked to the Music Box Theater in Lincoln Park to watch the premiere of “Black as Night.” As part of Blumhouse’s new film series … Read more

The 46th Toronto International Film Festival–The 20 Top Films

The 46th Toronto International Film Festival has wrapped, and I was pleased to have viewed 20 films. Surprisingly, the documentaries scored high on my list, as I enjoyed the films “The Rescue, “Julia,” “Jagged,” and … Read more

Toronto International Film Festival 2021 Dionne Warwick and Julia H360

The 44th Toronto International Film Festival is here!

Tonight, I will talk about two films that I screened at the Toronto International Film Festival.

First up, the inspiring documentary film “Julia.” Most know that Julia … Read more

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Radio Podcasts

No Time to Die (R) ★★ 1/2 Chicago Film Festival & Film Fest 919 H360 Podcast

Hi Carl and hello to all of our listeners out there; tonight I’m going to talk about the latest James Bond movie, “No Time to Die,” and two Film Festivals opening this month.

Daniel Craig … Read more

The Many Saints of Newark (R) ★★★ H360 Podcast

Tonight, I’m going to talk about the new Soprano movie that stars Michael Gandolfini, the real-life son of James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano. Most of you know that he passed away in 2013.

“The Many … Read more

The Eyes of Tammy Faye (PG-13)★★★ H360 Podcast

Hi Carl, and hello to all of our listeners out there, tonight I’m going to talk about the film that everyone’s talking about, “The Eyes of Tammy Faye,” rated PG-13. The film stars Jessica Chastain … Read more

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Sarah Knight Adamson

Entertainment Journalist