For one week, June 1st through 6th, the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival will screen over 20 “chosen” films from around the world. The LAJFFs goal to present films that preserve and celebrate the rich tapestry of Jewish heritage has been truly accomplished this year with an amazing group of films
Greece has long been known for cinematic masters such as Theodoros Angelopoulos and Michael Cacoyannis. In the last three years, Greek cinema has become increasingly important in the world scene, gaining critical acclaim in prestigious festivals such as CANNES, VENICE, TORONTO and KARLOVY VARY. LAGFF gives the opportunity to U.S. audiences and the U.S. film industry to view and participate in its many depths
‘American Nudist’, the feature film written, produced and directed by Clinton H. Wallace, and based on the novel American Nudist: The Lost Journal, was voted as one of the most distinctive posters at this years Cannes by The Hollywood Reporter.
On tap in movie theaters to open the summer is a film that comes from the imaginative mind of director Baz Luhrmann. Luhrmann, who was the visionary behind “Moulin Rouge!” will present “The Great Gatsby”.
Brenda Dickson, Daytime Television’s ultimate villain as "Jill Abbot" from the glory days of The Young & The Restless, finally reveals the hidden story on what really happened to her. Her book takes you through her life in Hollywood from age 17 until the present
Bert Stern's life story from Brooklyn to Madison Avenue to Hollywood and international fame including intimate details of his life, drugs and photos shoots and details with Marilyn Monroe,Liz Taylor and many other famous people