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Caitlyn Fletcher wins CRYPTTV Challenge

Caitlyn Fletcher wins CRYPTTV Challenge Caitlyn was nominated for the Best Actress Award in: Paranormal Captivity and for her starring role in the horror films, Jersey Devil and Slave Master- The Beginning (The Atlantic City Cinefest)

Gina Rodriguez, Olivia Palermo, Greer Grammer and More Join Moët to Celebrate the Moët Moment Film Festival

Gina Rodriguez, Olivia Palermo, Greer Grammer and More Join Moët to Celebrate the Moët Moment Film Festival On Friday evening, "Moët & Chandon celebrated 25 years as the official champagne at the Golden Globes and toasted to the winners of the Moët Moment Film Festival with a viewing of the top entries and presentation of the top honor.

Gina Rodriguez, Olivia Palermo, Greer Grammer and More Join Moët to Celebrate the Moët Moment Film Festival

Gina Rodriguez, Olivia Palermo, Greer Grammer and More Join Moët to Celebrate the Moët Moment Film Festival Moët & Chandon celebrated 25 years as the official champagne at the Golden Globes and toasted to the winners of the Moët Moment Film Festival with a viewing of the top entries and presentation of the top honor.

Fifty Nine Films (2015) - Worthwhile Watching

Fifty Nine Films (2015) - Worthwhile Watching Looking for a film to rent? Here is a list that can keep you watching and watching

We Weren’t Just Bicycle Thieves: Neorealism Movie Review – A Pleasant “Bicycle” Tour into Neorealism

We Weren’t Just Bicycle Thieves: Neorealism Movie Review – A Pleasant “Bicycle” Tour into Neorealism In his documentary, “We Weren’t Just Bicycle Thieves: Neorealism,” director Gianni Bozzacchi deftly explores how this film movement played an important role in the ever-evolving art of cinema

The Girl in the Book Review-a multiple story in film

The Girl in the Book Review-a multiple story in film The Girl in the Book is a complex and intriguing story of a young woman's struggle to come to grips with the challenge of a difficult past and awaken to life and love

"Carol" Review - The Film to Beat This Year

"Carol" Review - The Film to Beat This Year I loved this film and intend to see it again. My guess is that Carol is the film to beat this year

The Lady In A Car With Glasses And A Gun Movie Review - Intriguing French Concept

The Lady In A Car With Glasses And A Gun Movie Review - Intriguing French Concept With such a great title as The Lady In A Car With Glasses And A gun Americans might think this French Thriller to be like Sam Spade from the forties

Golden Globes List of Nominees - Film and Television Nominations

Golden Globes List of Nominees - Film and Television Nominations The nomination announcements was broadcasted today for the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards. The 73rd Golden Globe Awards will be broadcast live on January 10, 2016 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel

Stage32 and Rich Botto - Where Are You in Your Career?

Stage32 and Rich Botto - Where Are You in Your Career? Are you serious about an entertainment career - if so Stage32 shows how you can do it from anywhere

JGERARD Opening Night Project Devine for Project Angel Food

 JGERARD Opening Night Project Devine for Project Angel Food JGERARD Opening Night Project Devine for Project Angel Food

Conversation About Chicago Documentaries and Disability Review - An American Disabilities Act at 25 Event

Conversation About Chicago Documentaries and Disability Review - An American Disabilities Act at 25 Event I was curious about a program showing clips of four films to honor the American Disabilities Act (ADA) at 25 held at Access Living

Brooklyn (the movie) Review – An Old Fashioned Classic but Better

Brooklyn (the movie) Review – An Old Fashioned Classic but Better I loved "Brooklyn" and could not help but think about the immigrant experience in America, then and now

Book Review: Purgatory Gardens - Laugh Till You Croak

Book Review: Purgatory Gardens - Laugh Till You Croak The new comic novel Purgatory Gardens by Peter Lefcourt is about a love triangle in a retirement community

Movie Review: How to Beat a Bully – Storytelling Works

Movie Review: How to Beat a Bully – Storytelling Works In online release on Amazon Instant Video and Google Play, the feature-length family movie How to Beat a Bully is an outlandish comedy built around the otherwise serious consequences of lies and intimidation

Hollywood Loves Crazy

Hollywood Loves Crazy A look at the big movie hits that have dealt with mental illness. It presents the past and a prediction for the future.

Movie Review - Censored Voices - What Does That Soldier At The Front Really Feel?

Movie Review - Censored Voices - What Does That Soldier At The Front Really Feel? A soldier's view of the Six-Day-War

Slamdance Film Festival 2016 - Diversity from Around the Globe

Slamdance Film Festival 2016 - Diversity from Around the Globe Slamdance 2016 Competition Line-up has been announced for the 22nd Festival edition of the Narrative and Documentary Feature Film Competition programs from around the the globe Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, and the UK

Fun TV Shows - Based on Comics You Can Binge Watch Over the Holiday Season

Fun TV Shows - Based on Comics You Can Binge Watch Over the Holiday Season weather getting ever cooler now is the perfect time to start thinking about what fun television series you can binge watch during the festive period If you’re a big fan of comic books then you’re definitely in luck

AFM - Small Companies - With Big Successes

AFM - Small Companies - With Big Successes AFM's over for the year, but the sales and contacts still go on

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