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The High Force (Stóra Planið) Film Review - An Official Selection of the 2008 AFI Fest

The High Force (Stóra Planið) Film Review - An Official Selection of the 2008 AFI Fest As oddbeat as they come, Icelandic director Olaf de Fleur Johannesson brings us The Higher Force, which follows the ironic and humorous rise and fall of a below-average thug

The Rest of the Night (Il Resto della notte) Film Review - An Official Selection of the 2008 AFI Fest

The Rest of the Night  (Il Resto della notte) Film Review - An Official Selection of the 2008 AFI Fest Writer/director Francesco Munzi offers a sober look at Italian class relations in the dark ensemble drama, The Rest Of the Night (Il Resto della Notte)

AFM 2008 - American Film Market 101

AFM 2008 - American Film Market 101 The business of independent motion picture production and distribution goes into overdrive every year at the American Film Market

Patrik 1,5 - An Official Selection in the 2008 AFI Fest

Patrik 1,5 - An Official Selection in the 2008 AFI Fest In the Swedish dramatic comedy Patrick 1,5 a small grammatical error turns the life of a newlywed couple upside down - for the better

Deadgirl Film Review - An Official Selection of 2008 AFI Fest

Deadgirl Film Review - An Official Selection of 2008 AFI Fest See the title? Yep. It is exactly as advertised. No surprises here. And, dare I say it, possibly worth checking out

Prodigal Sons Film Review - An Official Selection of the 2008 AFI FEST

Prodigal Sons Film Review - An Official Selection of the 2008 AFI FEST Sibling Rivalry and Personal Identity are explored in this great documentary by Kimbery Reed, Prodigal Sons

Spring Awakening Theatre Review - The Tony Award Winning Best Musical Hits the Ahmanson

Spring Awakening Theatre Review - The Tony Award Winning Best Musical Hits the Ahmanson Duncan Sheik's Tony Award Winning musical "Spring Awakening" makes its Los Angeles Premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre

Need For Speed: Undercover - Filmmakers and Gamers Unite

Need For Speed: Undercover - Filmmakers and Gamers Unite The latest incarnation of the popular racing video game Need For Speed:Undercover, gets the big budget, big screen treatment, compliments of the RED ONE Camera

Carousel Restaurant Review - Fine Dining and Middle Eastern Cuisine

Carousel Restaurant Review - Fine Dining and Middle Eastern Cuisine For eight years, Carousel has been serving the finest authentic Middle Eastern Cuisine right in the heart of Glendale

Seal Team VI Film Review - 2008 Hollywood Film Festival Boasts West Coast Premiere of a Modern Day Soldier's Story

Seal Team VI Film Review - 2008 Hollywood Film Festival Boasts West Coast Premiere of a Modern Day Soldier's Story "SEAL Team VI" tells the heroic, heart-wrenching drama behind the 'black ops' Team's incursion into Iraq four days prior to Operation: Desert Storm, and the harrowing consequences they ultimately faced when their mission was suddenly compromised

Earth Sucks Theatre Review - A Cosmic Rock Musical for The Ages

Earth Sucks Theatre Review - A Cosmic Rock Musical for The Ages The Intergalactic Premiere of Earth Sucks: as cosmic Rock musical, lands at art/works Theatre

Dark Reel Film Review - An Official Selection of the ShriekFest 2008

Dark Reel Film Review - An Official Selection of the ShriekFest 2008 ShriekFest Los Angeles Horror/Thriller/Sci-Fi Film Festival is happening at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood. Official Selection: Dark Reel

ShriekFest 2008 - Horror and Sci-Fi Shorts for All

ShriekFest 2008 - Horror and Sci-Fi Shorts for All Shriekfest is an international festival and screenplay competition dedicated to getting horror/thriller/sci-fi/fantasy filmmakers and screenwriters the recognition they deserve. First up, a few shorts selections

Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown Film Review - 2008 Shriekfest Documentary

Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown Film Review - 2008 Shriekfest Documentary ShriekFest 2008 presents a documentary on one of mordern horror's first and unexpectedly influencial voices: Lovecraft: Fear of The Unknown

No Place To Be Somebody Theatre Review - Stella Adler Theatre Resurrects Pulitzer Prize Winner

No Place To Be Somebody Theatre Review - Stella Adler Theatre Resurrects Pulitzer Prize Winner Upward Bound Productions presents No Place To Be Somebody, the 1970 Pulitzer Prize Winner, the story of hustlers, gangsters and dreamers in the thick of the Civil Rights Era

This Beautiful City Theatre Review - A Mildly Praise-Worthy Production

This Beautiful City Theatre Review - A Mildly Praise-Worthy Production The Civilians tackle the fervor behind the Evangelical movement, its effect on Colorado Springs and a community in crisis following the resignation of pastor Ted Haggard.

9 to 5 The Musical Theater Review - What a Way to Make A Musical!

9 to 5 The Musical Theater Review - What a Way to Make A Musical! The Ahmanson Theatre proudly debuts 9 to 5: The Musical, the Broadway bound World Premiere Production

Meet Jay Sefton - Exculsive One on One Interview

Meet Jay Sefton - Exculsive One on One Interview Jay Sefton is a Los Angeles actor and writer whose hoping his personal journey as a artist will help him put a new spin on the ever-popular one-man show

Celebrity Talk with Robert Cary - Director of Save Me

Celebrity Talk with Robert Cary - Director of Save Me Filmmaker Robert Cary talks about his latest film Save Me, opening this month in New York and Los Angeles

The Tempest Theatre Review - Theatre Unleashed Takes on Shakespeare

The Tempest Theatre Review - Theatre Unleashed Takes on Shakespeare L.A.'s newest theatre troupe offers a darker twist on a popular Shakespeare Classic, The Tempest

The Most Mediocre Story Never Told Trailer Preview

The Most Mediocre Story Never Told Trailer Preview The Most Mediocre Story Never Told! a One-Man performance by Jay Sefton

The House of Blue Leaves Theatre Review at at the New Mark Taper Forum - A Hilarious Screwball Comedy Straight Out Of Queens, New York

The House of Blue Leaves Theatre Review at at the New Mark Taper Forum - A Hilarious Screwball Comedy Straight Out Of Queens, New York John Pankow, Jane Kaczmarek and Kate Burton head an all-cast in the goofball comedy about the Pope, blue birds and big dreams in The House of Blue Leaves

Election Day Theater Review - Flip-Flopping Has Never Been So Much Fun

Election Day Theater Review - Flip-Flopping Has Never Been So Much Fun Theater lives in Los Angeles, you just have to look for it. Here's a tip: South Pasadena for Metamorphosis Theater Company's production of Josh Tobiessen's Election Day

Sans Detour Dance Review - Performance Art That Gives Inkling of Hope for Those in Search of Something New in LA

Sans Detour Dance Review - Performance Art That Gives Inkling of Hope for Those in Search of Something New in LA  For one night only, Target and The Ford Amphitheatre hosted an evening of performance art featuring the Baker & Tarpaga Dance Project and the husband-wife team of Catch Me Bird Dance Theater

Save Me Film Review - A Bittersweet Love Story of How God Brought Two Men Together

Save Me Film Review - A Bittersweet Love Story of How God Brought Two Men Together Two men ironically find love and God when they enter a small New Mexico Ministry designed to free them of their "brokenness of homosexuality" in Robert Cary's latest film Save Me

Inherit the Wind Theatre Review - A Must See Revival of a Timely Classic

Inherit the Wind Theatre Review - A Must See Revival of a Timely Classic Action! Theatre Company brilliantly revives this classic menagerie of characters, reigniting the philosophical fire of the free thought debate

Death, Taxes... and Chocolate! Film Review - The Dark Chocolate Comedy Wins Big At The 2008 NYIIFVF

Death, Taxes... and Chocolate! Film Review - The Dark Chocolate Comedy Wins Big At The 2008 NYIIFVF If you could choose how and when to go, wouldn't you choose death by chocolate

The Bones of Lesser Men Theater Review - This Is One Great Play!

The Bones of Lesser Men Theater Review - This Is One Great Play! "The Bones of Lesser Men" takes a comtemporary look at the classic dilemna of the down-trodden African American community: In whom or what should we entrust our hopes

The Divine Madness of Isabella Theater Review - An Limited Return Engagement of the Commedia dell'Arte's Finest Prima Donna

The Divine Madness of Isabella Theater Review - An Limited Return Engagement of the Commedia dell'Arte's Finest Prima Donna Write Act Repertory welcomes the return of Wendy Gough's award winning one-woman show, The Divine Madness of Isabella

Wokcano Restaurant and Lounge Expands to Santa Monica

Wokcano Restaurant and Lounge Expands to Santa Monica Trendy Sushi bar and popular hot spot Wokcano Cafe opens its doors in the heart of Santa Monica

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