Trish McFadden is a Philadelphia-based writer and film enthusiast. A recipient of the 2015 Judith Stark Award for her short story "Rain," her writing has been featured in Limited Editions magazine and her short films have been screened at the CUFF Film Festival.
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Philly Fringe review 2016: Third World Bunfight's 'Macbeth' (second review)
This 'Macbeth' will haunt you
Trish McFadden enjoyed Third World Bunfight's 'Macbeth,' but she wonders whether or not that was the right thing to do.
Fifth annual BlackStar film festival, part two
Nana Dijo: One tough question, many answers
In part two of Trish McFadden's BlackStar "Diasporic Encounters" review, she looks at a short documentary that asks about discrimination and sees herself.
Fifth annual BlackStar film festival, part one
Black, white, and in between
In part one of Trish McFadden's review of the BlackStar film festival's "Diasporic Encounters" selection of shorts, she enjoyed both the local and global connections in its lineup.
BSR's #GetWoke racial justice/law enforcement film starter pack
Seven films to watch and discuss when the news isn't enuf
Our film critic Trish McFadden lists her top seven films for furthering discussion around racial justice and law enforcement. How many have you seen?
Lightning Rod Special's reworked 'Underground Railroad Game' at FringeArts
We need to talk: A call to action
There's a distance between the ways we behave in public and in private; when it comes to talking about race, that distance grows. Underground Railroad Game tries to bridge the gap and has fun doing it.