Film & TV Articles
Call Me Kuchu allows the viewer to shadow David Kato and a group of powerful activists in their mission to shine light on the LGBT community, but most importantly to live a normal lifestyle, protecting the most basic human need and right: to love
In this episode of "Our Cultural Center" Randall wants to may hay about the organization going paperless
The 34th American Film Market opens in Santa Monica screening over 400 films and presenting more than 100 guest speakers.
Episode 8 of "Our Cultural Center" takes a look at office politics through the lens of the coffee run
Sarena Khan is what happens when you mix the Taj Mahal and the Kremlin. This Indian/Russian actress from Massachusetts is winning lead film roles. Her exotic looks fuel descriptions of this rising star as the Millennials' answer to Laura Croft.
Sharing food in the office-- Our Cultural Center, a nonprofit arts organization comedy
I chose to attend, and focus this article, on The Art of the Deal: Pointers, Advice and Hands-on Tools from Master Negotiators
The conference I attended was Marketing Hollywood Content--Using Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Smartphone and Tablets, Building Audience-Building Buzz--Understanding Metrics and Measurement of Success
Episode 6 of "Our Cultural Center" where Randall takes the bait
Please help support or spread the word about my independent feature, The House of Lizzie Borden!
"Our Cultural Center" shines a much needed spotlight on the dismal state of funding for non-profit arts with comedy! Here is Episode 5
"Our Cultural Center" episode 4 continues to take a humorous look at how art and business are at odds with each other
Magician Collins Key, Top 5 finalist of this year's America's Got Talent, is currently touring through the US with season winner/dance-act Kenichi Ebina and other fan-favorites. While in his hometown L.A., the 17-year-old sat down for a chat.
"The Nose", a satirical opera based on the short story by Gogol, uses visual dazzle to remind of Shostakovich's artistic journey through Stalinist times and the role that absurdity plays in global modernist art
"Our Cultural Center" episode 3 puts us in the situation of a "troublesome" art exhibit
The 6th Annual Noor Iranian Film Festival (NIFF) honors the only Emmy®-winning (“House of Saddam”), Oscar-nominated (“House of Sand and Fog”) Iranian actress Shohreh Aghdashloo with the ’13 NIFF Achievement Award
A sneak peek for Splash Magazines readers!! This Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013 watch the all new Julius Jr. Halloween episode airing on Nick Jr
"Our Cultural Center" is showcasing top acting talent in town in a webisode series shining a light on nonprofit arts organizations dire need for funding-- with a lot of grins along the way
Walking West Entertainment and Gnarlynow Entertainment Present "Why We Ride" west coast screening held on October 22, 2013 at Technicolor Hollywood 861 Seward, Hollywood, CA, 90038 a documentary
See the latest episode of "Our Cultural Center" on Splash magazine