By Sanyukta Thakare DisGraced is unexpectedly fun and raw, just as the leading character Grace Greene. The 8 part show follows Grace several years after her big break which turned out to be a dud, despite the immense fan following for her film. The best part is, DisGraced is an episodic series, we are not watching Grace struggle but, watching her react to all that … Continue reading DisGraced: A Humorous Take On Everything Wrong With Entertainment Industry
By Pamela Drake Wilson It all began from deep within me. I sat on the Senior Diversity committee, season 2018-2019, listening to the lamented woes of difficulty obtaining gainful employment after 55. I’m a problem solver, not a whiner, and I felt like I had been pretty lucky having begun acting as a senior (refusing to reveal my actual age at auditions….appearing 50ish. Casting sites … Continue reading Breaking Out And Living The Creative Life
Interest From Buyers And Distributors Already High Stage 32 Screenings Launches With Over 75 Films, Shorts and TV Pilots and welcomes Fintage House as a Premium Partner! With Fintage’s assistance, we now have nearly 4,000 professionals who have been invited to join Stage 32 Screenings, watch the films and, if they desire, to connect with these talented filmmakers. Last month, Stage 32, the world’s … Continue reading Stage 32 To Begin Screening Award-Winning Films From Cancelled And Postponed Film Festivals Due To COVID-19
Jessica Williams to Host Live-Streamed Awards Show Sundance Institute will convene 24 experts in film, art, culture and science to award feature-length work shown at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival with 28 prizes, announced at a ceremony January 28 that will be livestreamed at sundance.org, and on YouTube and Facebook. Short Film Awards will be announced at a separate ceremony on January 24 and … Continue reading ANNOUNCING THE JURY MEMBERS OF THE 2017 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL
By: Ellexia Nguyen Edited By: Colleen Page Set in the heart of Los Angeles, “Soledad” tells the story of a lonely limo driver, Victor (Jesse Celedon), who forms an unlikely friendship with his client, Raquel (Montanna Gillis), after saving her from being raped by Preston, her prom date (Chase Austin). “Soledad” received Honorable Mentions for the Narrative Feature Film competition as part of the … Continue reading A conversation With The Filmmakers And Cast Of The 2015 Dances With Films “Soledad”
By: Monteque Pope-Le Beau Edited By : Colleen Page Images By: Dwight Turner The year is almost over and the film festival season is at its height of excitement. Everyone is wondering where those great Oscar winning gems are going to come from. The Art Of Monteque ran into one of those wonderful gems, actor Dwight Turner. If you can’t place him that’s okay because you … Continue reading Dwight Turner An Artist Of The Heart
By: Adrienne Vaught Edited By : Colleen Page In this deeply philosophical film that deals with such weighty issues as mortality, self service, selflessness and filmed on 2 continents this young actress holds her own among seasoned and skilled talent such as Eric Roberts, Sean Young and Federico Castelluccio. Sarah Sebastiana crafts a style all her own. A quiet yet powerful presence that imparts a … Continue reading A Rising Talent! From “Leaves Of A Tree” Introducing A Bright Light And Talented Young Actress Sarah Sebastiana.
By Lacy Darryl Phillips As one gets older, one tends to say that their life is over. We forget how to live a full and meaningful life as we age with time. In the wonderfully done film “I’ll See You In My Dreams” it shows that life actually gets better as you get older. There are ups and downs with loss and mistakes, but there … Continue reading A Tale Of Life’s Journey In The Twilight Years: A Review of “I’ll See you I My Dreams”
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