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The Reel Poets and our guest reviewer, Bri Blue, review a 2010 Dramatic Film, For Colored Girls. This movie was directed by Tyler Perry.  It is an adaption of a famous stage play a...

CharRon sat down with West Region Ambassador and 2020 Sacramento Youth Poet Laureate, Alexandra Huynh.  We discussed her Poetic journey to Sacramento Area Youth Speaks, Sacramento ...

Window Horses

Hello, Reel poets. Today, we will review 2016 Independent animation film, Window Horses. That is executive produced and main character voice by Sandra Oh.  We discuss how poetry is...

A Quiet Passion

Reel Poetry review 2016 foreign film A Quiet Passion. Starring Cynthia Nixon and Keith Carradine. The film is a biopic of Emily Dickerson. We discuss the characters, poems, and Emi...

Romeo is Bleeding

Reel Poetry reviews 2015 award winning documentary, Romeo is Bleeding.  Where we meet Donte Clark, a spoken word poet and youth director recreate a Romeo and Juliet adaption to rep...

Love Jones Feat. J. Rowe

Reel Poets review another movie with guest poet/reviewer J. Rowe.  We review 1997 film Love Jones with Larenz Tate and Nia Long.  We talk about the Poet writers: Reggie Gibson and ...

CharRon chats with Oceanographer Sarah Oktay about her new book, Sifting Light from the Darkness.  We also discuss some of her previous endeavors like 9-11 substance research, beac...

Reel Poets with the sensational Sac poet, J. Rowe review the 2013 film: Things Never Said. Starring Omari Hardwick (Power, Nobody's Fool) Tamala Jones and Shanola Hampton (Shameles...

The Reel Poets review 2009 British film, Bright Star, with Guest Poet: Danielle Metzinger. Bright Star tell the story of short love affair of Poet John Keats and Fanny Brawne. We d...

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