Crystal Fairy stars, Michael Cera and Gaby Hoffman, attend the screening for their latest movie in downtown LA. At Crystal Fairy’s premier, I spoke with both actors as they revealed the details behind their two weeks of filming in Chile.
Melinda was gracious enough to make some room on her full plate for Splash Mag, sharing about her life, what first inspired her to pursue acting, and how her new role as a domestic has her slightly anxious.
Disney and Utah Tourism threw a bash for travel writers at the Sofitel Los Angeles aimed at promoting both the film, The Lone Ranger and the Mighty 5, five iconic national parks in Utah that provided the spectacular backdrop for the film
HOW SWEET IT IS is an interesting spin on the classic mob story, infusing it with a bit of heart, soul and dance. It's obvious from the first moments of HOW SWEET IT IS that it's a love story to the world of musical theatre.
At the 66th annual Cannes Film Festival, the world red carpet premiere of the American film, The Immigrant received distinguished honors after receiving a nomination of the Palme d’ Or, which is thee top honor a film maker can receive at Cannes
At the 66th annual Cannes film festival, Sebastian Sylvia’s eerie flick Magic Magic was screened. This psychological thriller was filmed in Chile and stars English actress Juno Temple and Canadian actor, Michael Cera
Two full-grown blockheaded brothers leave their driveway coffee stand and are chased cross-country by a pre-teen coffee competitor as they return a mysterious bag left behind by their hero, THE Juan Valdez.
84 New Media Films from 17 Countries including USA, Singapore, Canada, Australia, Ireland, India, South Africa, Switzerland, Brazil, Finland, UK, Mexico, Italy France, Belgium Denmark and Spain round out a spectacular screening program for 4th Annual New Media Film Festival June 11 & 12, 2013 in Los Angeles.
For one week, June 1st through 6th, the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival will screen over 20 “chosen” films from around the world. The LAJFFs goal to present films that preserve and celebrate the rich tapestry of Jewish heritage has been truly accomplished this year with an amazing group of films
Greece has long been known for cinematic masters such as Theodoros Angelopoulos and Michael Cacoyannis. In the last three years, Greek cinema has become increasingly important in the world scene, gaining critical acclaim in prestigious festivals such as CANNES, VENICE, TORONTO and KARLOVY VARY. LAGFF gives the opportunity to U.S. audiences and the U.S. film industry to view and participate in its many depths