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  • Yana Milanberg
    Introducing Actress Yana Milanberg
    Yana Milanberg is a talented actress from Russia that is making her presence known here in the United States. Since her arrival in New York, Yana has appeared on the stage, in film and on television. I first met Yana at the film premiere of the...
  • Silent movies, documentaries and theater broadcasts come to the big screen
    Silent movies, documentaries and theater broadcasts come to the big screen
    Hot off the heels of Jason Schwartzman’s Q&A on Listen Up Philip, Music Box Theatre continues its special screenings when Raphael Lemkin’s Sundance Film Festival-winning documentary Watchers of the Skyopens on Friday, November 7....
  •  Flea
    Exclusive: Director Jeff Preiss, Flea & Amy-Jo Albany talk 'Low Down'
    Today on Oct. 23, 2014 we are excited to share our exclusive interviews about "Low Down," which hits theaters this Friday, Oct. 24. The film's New York premiere was held at Sunshine Landmark theatre. “Low Down” is based...
  • Batman (1989)
    25 years later, 'Batman' is still a twisted (if slightly flawed) fantasy
    Time exposes cracks in all of us. The imperfections are all the more obvious the brighter the light, and no light shines brighter than those in Tinseltown. Twenty-five years ago, Tim Burton's "Batman" hit movie theaters. Tonight, the...
  • Dylan Baker
    Exclusive: Dylan Baker, Bram Hoover, Kim Zimmer talk '23 Blast'
    The film"23 Blast" features Freeman, a typical teenager growing up in a small town in Kentucky, who is a local hero on and off the field. We were on the red carpet for the New York premiere of the film on Oct. 20 at Regal E-Walk theater....
  • Danny Trejo in Machete
    Rodriguez' "Machete" Doesn't Cut It
    When “Grindhouse” hit theaters in 2007, the twin-bill offering from directors Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez came equipped with its own set of fake trailers in between the two features. Though “Grindhouse” wasn...
  • Robert May
    Director Robert May talks documentary 'Kids For Cash'
    Yesterday on Oct. 20, 2014 we had the opportunity to attend a special screening of the film "Kids For Cash," at the Scholastic headquarters. Exposing the scandal behind the headlines, the documentary unfolds like a real-life thriller. A...
  • Glen Campbell and his children
    Glen Campbell documentary shows musician's struggles
    The new documentary 'I'll Be Me' shows the true struggles of life with Alzheimer's disease through the eyes of country singer Glen Campbell and the family around him as they assist in his care. The film begins with the life Glen...
  • Brad Pitt is number 1 in "Fury"
    Brad Pitt blasts off with 'Fury'
    The top box office returns went to the Brad Pitt epic war drama set in World War II. Following his futuristic “World War Z”film this big budget, gritty, look at the carnage of war could have flopped, but instead hit a chord with...
  • Local movie tips hat to Hitchcock
    Local Filmmaker's Haunting Hitchcockian Tale Plays SF For Halloween
    There's a movie coming to San Francisco Oct. 27 that seems to have a lot of buzz for a little independent movie. "House of Temptation," from San Francisco director Doc Zee, starts a five day run at the 4-Star Theatre in the City....
  • All is Lost—including the viewers' interest
    All is Lost—including the viewers' interest
    Don’t believe all the reviews. All is Lost is not a masterpiece. Maybe industry critics like Robert Redford or feel indebted to him. Or perhaps they just slept through the movie. Why else would they say All is Lost is brilliant when in truth...
  • 50th Chicago International Film Festival honors Michael Keaton and others
    50th Chicago International Film Festival honors Michael Keaton and others
    Winners of the 50th Chicago International Film Festival competitions were announced last night at an awards ceremony hosted by Chicago Sun-Times columnist Bill Zwecker at the Sofitel Chicago Water Tower.Kathleen Turner served on this year's...
  • Cutter Hodierne
    Vice Films to release 'Fishing Without Nets' on VOD & Digital HD
    Vice Films' "Fishing Without Nets," will be available nationwide on Digital HD and VOD Oct. 28, 2014 and today on Oct. 18 we had the opportunity to see the film. Read our thoughts below! The film balances both the aesthetic beauty of...
  • Clips Beer & Film Tour
    Clips Beer & Film Tour stops in Miami
    On Friday, October 24, New Belgium Brewing's fifth annual Clips Beer & Food Tour will be stopping in Miami for the first time.The Clips tour is a pairing of two fan favorites - beer and film. A total of 17 different beerswill be on tap,...
  • Excellent moments worth noting in Led Zeppelin's documentary 'The Song Remains the Same'
    Led Zeppelin’s ‘The Song Remains the Same’ cult classic film still carries on
    If you’re expecting to see a concert film chock-full of back-up dancers, laser lights, and elaborate sets, a la Madonna, Beyonce or Lady Gaga, this will not be your thing. On the other hand, if you appreciate excellent musicianship, raw...