AFI FEST 2004 presented by Audi and the American Film Market (AFM) have joined together to form an alliance unique in North America. The event organizers are collaborating for the first time to create a unified market and festival that promises new possibilities for all concerned.
Flowers, Food and Art Oh My! Sunday October 2, 2005 was a day to raise awareness for Gay and Lesbian Social Services (GLASS), and what better way to do that than with an art fundraiser.
Twas a very hot day in the great South Bay, and it wasn't even yet the merry month of May! But hundreds of lovers of gastronomical delights braved the heat to attend the annual "For Our Children" food and wine fest, and were glad they did.
A Small Egyptian police band get lost in Israel in this school of Fish Out of Water Comedy
An inner city history teacher wrestles with drug addiction, inner turmoil and other art-house cliches in the surprisingly effective Half Nelson.
Donna Wheelers Death of a Saleswoman screening at the WIFTI Summit proves that creativity and not cash is the basic ingredient of a good movie.
The epic 300 is a dazzling spectacle, a heroic tale of men prepared to die rather than submit to tyranny. Based on the graphic novel by Frank Miller
The twenty-four Lakeside Singers are hugely talented and disciplined musicians, but they are also irreverent and a tremendous amount of fun. Their concerts will leave you impressed and completely entertained
Another eclectic collection of movies: Foreign to animation to surreal, LAFF has it all
Chicago gets its comic book fix as Wizard World comes to town
The second annual Sunset SAVOR the Central Coast event was held on October 1 & 2, it offered wine tastings from over one hundred wineries, delicious culinary creations, and fresh and organic samples from local farmers and producers
While in New York for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, Splash's Publisher, Lawrence Davis, had the pleasure to make the acquaintance of Nathaniel Myers, a freelance videographer living in New York and capturing the spirit of the city on his video cameras
How about a musical centered around depression? Sound like fun? Well “Next To Normal” isn’t the kind of theatre you experience for fun, although it is very entertaining
De Lovely does a top-notch job depicting the glorious days of one of America's beloved song writes Cole Porter.
The Los Angeles Film Festival invites you to join in celebrating the true diversity of our great city.
" here I go again - My, my, how can I resist you?" Indeed, how can you resist seeing the international smash hit Mamma Mia! just once or twice for that matter? Three times is the charm and indeed, the Mandalay Bay Theatres production of Mamma Mia! is the best one that I have seen yet!
It made me laugh it made me cry, Best romantic comedy I can remember seeing!
Wicked - The Broadway hit graces the Los Angeles stage, blowing away it's audiences.
When a Chicago art dealer goes to North Carolina to meet her new husband's family, she discovers a whole new world called The South.
Laughing Matters… More! assembles another eclectic group of women comics who share their lives, their stories and keep us laughing