‘Minding the Gap’ Best Documentary 2019

Got a chance to see the stellar Oscar nominated documentary ‘Minding the Gap’ about 3 skater friends that grow up in Rockford and how their lives evolve and intertwine over the years. Definitely rooting for this film! ❤

You can see it streaming on PBS http://www.pov.org tomorrow Monday 2/18 at 9pm CST!

#mindingthegap #bestdocumentary #oscars #bingliu #dianequon #pbs #wttw #kartemquinfilms

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WIFR channel 23 shares ‘Loves Park’ release on Valentine’s Day

Check out their news clip here: http://bit.ly/2IbVb5W

Watch ‘LOVES PARK’ Now Available on Amazon

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Exciting news ‘LOVES PARK’ is now available on Amazon. ❤

*Subscribe & Download Free “Loves Park” EP by White Blush

“This one is a keeper in all aspects…stylistically beautiful!” – Chicago Magazine

“It’s a very distinctive cinematic voice and I appreciate this unique vision and approach to the usual ‘frustrated housewife’ story. Stylistically it’s very original and bold, I really appreciated that.” – Ania at Visit Films

SYNOPSIS:

When pregnant housewife Edie Canody learns her father-in-law has passed away, she and her husband Benjamin return to a disquieting small town of Loves Park for the funeral. Edie is surprised when Benjamin mysteriously decides to stay and run his family’s business. Edie’s behavior soon becomes increasingly bizarre as more time spent in Loves Park is eerily drawn out against her wishes.

Currently listening to 104.9 The X Morning Show Interview with Director/Producer Carol Rhyu:

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Surprise Visit

I visited my dad the other day and saw this beautiful moment of him sitting alone in his room. Usually he is asleep.

Even when I was this close he didn’t even notice I was there until I was standing right beside him. He was elated to see me.

I see these photos and feel sad about his deteriorating health and how we cannot care for his needs at home. How long can a person live like this without feeling abandoned and hopeless a bit.

Send your parents love for me. I sometimes don’t feel I am or can do enough for them myself.