“American morning” Speaks To America’s Tragedy

By Monteque Pope-Le Beau The story of “American Morning” takes place in the present as it take us on a on a journey through Connor Mathis (Stephen Dexter) tragic experience. A small-town elementary school music teacher who survived a mass shooting at his elementary school that killed 27 children which happened two years ago. In today’s continuing debate about the gun control of assault rifles … Continue reading “American morning” Speaks To America’s Tragedy

Breaking Out And Living The Creative Life

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

A Review Of The 2016 Dance With Film “Killer Friends”

  By:  Erica Summers   Have you ever want to do away with one of your friends. We are not talking about the friend that is constantly there for you when you’re in need or the friend that makes you cookies when you’re not feeling well. Or the friend that always has the right thing to say to lift your spirits; no, we are talking … Continue reading A Review Of The 2016 Dance With Film “Killer Friends”

A Review of 2016 LA Film Festival Film “Little Hero”

  By:  Erica Summers Because He Is Awesome   “Little  Hero” will have it’s  Los Angeles premiere at 2016 LA Film Festival on June 6th. “Little  Hero” is a  short documentary film  which is touching and deeply emotionally engaging.  This film takes it deeply personal and reflective look at how six year old twins Avery and Xande  perceives the world around them. Avery explains their … Continue reading A Review of 2016 LA Film Festival Film “Little Hero”

2016 Slamdance Film Review: PARTNERS

By: Alystar McKenneh-O’Neill The subtlety with which the film “Partners” brings to light the delicate nuances of relationships, and confronts those small intense moments of angst and verbal assaults we use to right ourselves before getting back to business as usual, is brilliant! Yes, it’s short but very relatable no matter who you are. I laughed as I recounted so many past moments in my own … Continue reading 2016 Slamdance Film Review: PARTNERS

Sundance Film Festival 2016 Has Now Started!

  The 2016 Sundance Film Festival has officially started.  With an array of unique and cutting-edge voices tackling such controversial issues as gun control, abortion and the state of politics today; it is no wonder that this year’s 2016 Sundance Film Festival will be one that is truly unique.  For 11 days the 2016 Sundance Film Festival will take those attending on a grand journey … Continue reading Sundance Film Festival 2016 Has Now Started!