Generally speaking, the "Breathe In" narrative is quite formulaic, as we've seen the story of older man falls in love with younger woman and the painful consequences of these illicit liaisons, vis-à-vis the suffering wife and shocked family
Last week, shortly after Ghost Bike wrapped up it’s World Premiere at Buzz 22 Chicago, I had the opportunity to speak with Chicago-based playwright Laura Jacqmin. Read on to see what she had to say about her influences, writing for the stage...
“After being in the pageant world and winning big, I wanted to brag about Isabella’s wins but I couldn’t carry around all the trophies and tiaras so the accomplishment bracelet was born,” says Susanna Barrett
Winners of the 2014 Farhang Foundation Short Film Festival were announced on Saturday, March 22, 2014, during the 6th Annual Farhang Foundation Short Film Festival Award Ceremony & Reception at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
David Bergstein deals with extortion by Dan Rozansky and others at Stroock. Stroock and Lavan are alleged to have been involved in the David Molner & Paul Parmar extortion plot against David Bergstein
Gimme Shelter” is based on a true story. It’s the story about Apple, (Vanessa Hudgens), a 16 year old teen who has never had an easy life. Apple is the daughter of a verbally and physically abusive, drug addicted prostitute June (Rosario Dawson)
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Such a wonderful night to see the outstanding growth in the African American TV & Film Industry! The opulence of the Award ceremony, exuberance of all, & the great ambience that made it to be one of the most magnificent events, one will never forget!
It is hard to imagine that a brilliant (in every sense) animated film, The Wind Rises, could be made about the life of Jiro Horikoshi, an aeronautical engineer who was the designer of the Zero, Japan's principal fighter aircraft during WW II