New Film & TV Articles
The Second Annual Irish American Movie Hooley is coming to Chicago September 30-October 2nd at the Gene Siskel Film Center of the Art Institute of Chicago, located at 164 N. State- don't miss it!
October Sixth Thru October Sixteenth The Mill Valley Film Festival Does It again: Great films, great music, big Gala, and amazing guest speakers. Must see event
The Lexus Verses & Flow Special Premieres October 26th taped live at Avalon in Hollywood. The Season 6 celebration hosted by Lexus includes musical guests, and critically acclaimed poets with new host Dondre Whitfield of RHOH on TV One's Fall Lineup
I loved this film, " Hell or High Water", for its strong narrative, real sense of place, great acting and its distinct, mostly unspoken, social commentary
An intense movie about justice - if you don't mind the faded subtitles
Have you taken the wrong path and do you have any regrets
As the entertainment industry continues to offer opportunities for multi-ethnic actors, Trinidadian-Canadian actor Camille Hollett-French definitely has Hollywood at her heels
ScareLA is a top premiere Halloween festival in the summer infested with your favorite demons, ghosts, aliens, vampires, and urban legends to haunt you until you leave
Midsummer Scream is the most exciting scare zone of the year for you will get to capture a scary tease of what is to come from a variety of vendors, shows, theme park presentations, scare zones, a scavenger hunt, dark magic, classes, ghost stories
Maris Curran’s feature directorial debut, Five Nights in Maine, is as beautiful as it is desolate. David Oyelowo and Dianne Wiest are captivating as they portray the struggle between grieving and tackling the ability to get along.
You may not know the name Kevin Navayne, but you will -- there’s already buzz about his upcoming roles as civil right leader Marcus Garvey and Liberian warlord Charles Taylor
A wonderful comedic real film for both women and men
Cora, set in Tennessee in 1966, chronicles the struggle of an African American woman who against all odds, triumphed over racism and domestic abuse. It is also a story of how her grandson's life was transformed by the making of the film
Coming from a family considered to be the closest thing to royalty in America, John F. Kennedy, Jr. was “America’s Prince.” A must see, this documentary is as intriguing and engrossing as JFK Jr himself.
Making the American Man is an excellently produced documentary that gives thoughts and advice for men of all generations
The third season of Survivor’s Remorse will be returning this weekend and will be airing on Starz TV Network on Sundays, premiering on July 24th at 10PM E/P
Suzanne DeLaurentiis, hosted the first annual Horror Noir Industry Mixer with Carl Crew, at his venue, the California Institute of Abnormalarts
"The Innocents"is a beautiful and moving film
There hasn’t been such an over the top martial arts action film since the great Bruce Lee
Summer is the slack season for good films and usually brings a host of mediocrities but there are a few very good things on the screen now
More Film & TV Articles