Dinner and a movie has undoubtedly been the standard American night out for decades. So it's no surprise that in Hollywood, the world capital of cinema arts, you can order hors d'oeuvres and watch the latest indie flick in one place.
"How it all went down" is the first feature film offering in the US of young writer, actor and director Silvio Pollio. This was a budget movie and for a first it makes a good statement for the future of this entrepreneurial moviemaker.
Where can you party with real Hollywood celebrities?? Read on !!! Maybe one of LA's most closely guarded secrets. I came upon this venue when I was discussing the LA scene with promoter Frank Fontana. Wednesday Nights are a real blast at Level One!!!!
The 7th Annual Filmmakers Alliance Screening and 11th Anniversary Celebration was hosted at the Directors Guild of America on August 18th, preceded by the Vision Award Presentation to Alexander Payne for his brilliant body of work.
AFI FEST 2004 presented by Audi and the American Film Market (AFM) have joined together to form an alliance unique in North America. The event organizers are collaborating for the first time to create a unified market and festival that promises new possibilities for all concerned.
There’s much ado preparing for celebrity award shows: shoes, dress, jewelry, etc, but the excitement begins at the pre-emmy events a few days before the main event where the celebrities just might get this stuff and more for free
Feinstein's at the Cinegrill brings Keely Smith back with her show, Keely Smith "Sings Sinatra". Joan Ryan arrives with "A Few Good Men", Richard Crystal follows with two performances of his show "I'm Billy Crystal's Brother", Tony Martin has three performances, Cynthia Sikes Yorkin closes May out ...