Film & TV Articles
"The ultimate vision is to create, especially in Los Angeles, an educational place where the kids can be here from 9am to 9pm. A similar training to the Vaganova, Kirov or Bolshoi"
“Grandma’s House” Red Carpet and feature screening at the 14th Annual Hollywood Black Film Festival was held at Marina Del Rey’s AMC Theatre 4335 Glencoe avenue on February 24, 2017 at 7:45 p.m. followed by a Q & A session
The Asian Pop-Up Cinema Film Festival returns to Chicagoland for it's 4th season with 18 great films
I Am Not Your Negro, by Raoul Peck, a Haitian-born documentary film maker (Lumumba)is an extraordinary film. I love what Peck has done
Those wanting to advance their writing careers forward need to check out The Tracking Board
The Feinberg Theater at the Spertus Institute for Jewish Studies is hosting a Sunday series of 5 films depicting the richness of Jewish lives
"In the Game" is a moving and important documentary about what is valuable in life and how to triumph in the face of inequality
The Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership will screen a series entitled "Jewish Lives" of five films on 4 Sunday afternoons from January 29-February 19 at 2PM at it's Feinberg Theater, 610 S. Michigan
Not new to throwing an memorable party, TAO Park City threw one hell of a party and kept insiders up and at it till 4 in the morning over the weekend with surprise performances and celebs galore
New twists and turns will keep viewers addicted to this gritty WGN drama as season two begins
Sean Brosnan film, "My Father Die" is beautifully written and intensely directed as a must see dark drama that leaves you in awe!
This weekend celebs will leave the warm and sunny 70 degree weather in LA and head to Park City, Utah for the Sundance Film Festival, (SFF). Created by the great Robert Redford, SFF pays homage to artists, musicians, and more
Presented by DeLeon Tequila the evening followed the true story of the infamous food chain, McDonald's, and closed the night with an after-party at Delilah
Best films (58, including documentaries) of 2016, listed in order of viewing
Bryan Cranston is back as Vince; a man conned. Marius just out of prison reinvents himself as Pete to evade being killed and fraudulently adopts a new family
I loved Manchester by the Sea and think it one of the very best American films this year
Now TV’s arrival in 2012 meant that many of the programmes you would have previously needed a Sky satellite dish to watch can now be enjoyed with a broadband connection being the only requirement.
Egyptian culture has always been a popular source material for big blockbusting movies over the years. Many Oscar-worthy efforts have always stunned audiences with their richly detailed historical re-enactments
According to Finkelstein and Chase, the key to making multiple films and making them great is to team up with the right people and they’ve done just that with Capital Alliance Productions.
Ovarian cancer survivor Lucia Mauro's special film "One Year Later" gives us a glimpse of what is means and feels to survive cancer