Luminous Expression Issue #1

  Luminous Expression   Strange to say, the luminous world is the invisible world; the luminous world is that which we do not see. Our eyes of flesh see only night. Victor Hugo A SETTLED MATTER A short play By Stanley Toledo   Characters Mr. Keith – official #1 Ms. Dessa – official #2 P.N. 40 – a robot Voiceover – male or female Time/Location … Continue reading Luminous Expression Issue #1

Carl Leammle Man Of Vision, Giver Of Opportunities And Life

By: Brian Sebastian and Monteque Pope-Le Beau The documentary “Carl Leammle” is an extraordinary study of a man who was the original father of independent film, the creator of the star system and who would go on to lay the groundwork for Universal Studios. Anything is possible. Carl Leammle Director James L. Friedman’s superb documentary “Carl Leammle” showcases the adventurous rebellious spirit and endearing love … Continue reading Carl Leammle Man Of Vision, Giver Of Opportunities And Life

Marilyn Monroe Author to Sell Rare Items at Auction

  By Mike Szymanski Edited by Colleen Page Lock of the Legend’s Hair, Rare Photos and a Song Never Before Heard by the Public   Author’s Note: I’ve known Jack Allen as a mutual Marilyn Monroe fan in the 1980s, and lost touch with him until I recently bumped into him at a book signing at the legendary Larry Edmund’s Bookstore in Hollywood, where the … Continue reading Marilyn Monroe Author to Sell Rare Items at Auction

Hudson Pacific Properties and Allianz Real Estate to Acquire Iconic Ferry Building in Downtown San Francisco

Hudson Pacific and Allianz form joint venture to own and operate property Iconic asset includes ~200,000 square feet of Class A office and ~75,000 square feet of retail   Hudson Pacific Properties, Inc. (NYSE: HPP) and Allianz Real Estate today announced that they have formed a joint venture to acquire a leasehold interest in the land and improvements of the historic Ferry Building from Equity … Continue reading Hudson Pacific Properties and Allianz Real Estate to Acquire Iconic Ferry Building in Downtown San Francisco

Sundance Institute and New York University to Host Workshop on Music in Film and Television on May 9

 Composers, Filmmakers and Students Invited to Attend Sundance Institute Film and Music Program at NYU: Steinhardt   Los Angeles, CA — Sundance Institute and New York University (NYU) Steinhardt’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions today announced they will host Sundance Institute Film Music Program at NYU: Steinhardt, a day-long workshop for composers, filmmakers, students and other industry professionals interested in music in film and … Continue reading Sundance Institute and New York University to Host Workshop on Music in Film and Television on May 9

Illustration: The POLICE, By: Firat Canbay

This is a creation depicting how the police have gone too far in their pursuit of controlling the people. In this day in age there is such unrest, when people should be coming together; united in their humanity, they are instead fragmented by the the unjust practices of the police. We cannot move forward with progress as a people or society until we have dealt … Continue reading Illustration: The POLICE, By: Firat Canbay

Once a Peace Corps Volunteer Always a Peace Corps Volunteer…

  Local Artist Seeks Looks to Create More Support for Traditional and Indigenous Arts Through Her Crowdfunding Campaign. Ever heard of the Naga? What about the Bapounou or the Wolof? All of these are ethnic groups from countries around the world; India, Gabon, and Senegal respectively. Well, if the answer is no, then Tracie Thornton wants to introduce you. Here are some facts for you: … Continue reading Once a Peace Corps Volunteer Always a Peace Corps Volunteer…

Sundance Institute Celebrates 20th Anniversary of its Native American and Indigenous Program

Programs Include Screening Series at the New York’s Museum of Modern Art, Sante Fe’s Jean Cocteau Cinema, Museum of Contemporary Native Arts and Museum of Indian Arts and Culture Artists and Advisors Selected for 2014 NativeLab in New Mexico, May 19-23 Park City, Utah — Sundance Institute marks the 20th anniversary of its Native American and Indigenous Program with a series of events around the country … Continue reading Sundance Institute Celebrates 20th Anniversary of its Native American and Indigenous Program

PHASE 4 FILM ACQUIRES CANADIAN RIGHTS TO THE VLADAR COMPANY’S THEATRICAL HIT ‘GENERATION IRON’

    New York, NY March 25, 2014 PHASE 4 FILMS ACQUIRES CANADIAN RIGHTS TO THE VLADAR COMPANY’S THEATRICAL HIT ‘GENERATION IRON’ Phase 4 Films and The Vladar Company today announced that the Mickey Rourke narrated box office hit, docudrama Generation Iron, will extend its reach into the Canadian market in summer 2014.  The film first premiered in Canada on September 20, 2013, quickly making it one … Continue reading PHASE 4 FILM ACQUIRES CANADIAN RIGHTS TO THE VLADAR COMPANY’S THEATRICAL HIT ‘GENERATION IRON’

A Refection on a Life and The 2014 Sundance Film Festival

By Monteque Pope- Le Beau    It has been a month since The Sundance Film Festival and  I would like to say one more thing about it. 2014 marked the 30th anniversary of the Sundance Film Festival and I was one of the privilege people to be in attendance. 2014 is also the year I turn 40. As I was going about enjoying the Sundance Film Festival. I … Continue reading A Refection on a Life and The 2014 Sundance Film Festival