Click to enlarge Photo: Courtesy of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Master of Hell Holidays are difficult for various reasons. The stress of traveling, connecting with family, and buying gifts, not to mention the pressure of planning for New Years Eve, can really take its toll. In January, trade the horrorsRead More →

Homepage price Oscars: the French “horror” film “Titane”, submitted by France, failed to make a short … The Academy has spoken. The Foreign Films branch has announced its preselection and left out “Titanium” by Julia Ducournau, improbable winner of the Palme D this year or at the Cannes Film Festival.Read More →

Inspired by real events, Wildflower centers on an immigrant woman who struggles to make a heartbreaking choice while pursuing her lifelong dream of “succeeding” as a professional singer in New York City. The acclaimed short Wildflower, starring award-winning Estonian-born actress, singer and producer Kristi Roosmaa, directed by Tony-nominated producer CelineRead More →

NEW YORK, December 9, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – The Famous Short Film “Wild flower”, featuring an award-winning Estonian-born actress, singer and producer Kristi roosmaa, directed by Tony nominated producer Celine Rosenthal and written by Artemis Women In Action Film Festival Screenplay winner Susan cameron, is now available on allRead More →

// = do_shortcode (‘[in-content-square]’)?> Annes Elwy, who plays Cadi in The Feast / Gwledd A Los Angeles Times reviewer hailed a “remarkable” performance in a Welsh-language horror film. Film critic Noel Murray, who reviewed Celebration, Where Gwledd in Welsh, for the Californian newspaper, had warm words for Annes Elwy, whoRead More →

“Bonkers.” “Disturbs.” “Spectacular, shameless, crazy.” Few recent horror films have drawn such wacky raves as this year’s “Malignant”, the brazenly gory comeback of “Conjuring” director James Wan’s giallo. He earned instant cult status among horror fans with his daring twists, memorable moments, and memorable movie monster – a long-haired boogeymanRead More →

“Bonkers.” “Disturbs.” “Spectacularly, shameless, crazy.” Few recent horror films have drawn such wacky raves as this year’s “Malignant”, the brazenly gory comeback of “Conjuring” director James Wan’s giallo. He earned instant cult status among horror fans with his daring twists, memorable moments, and memorable movie monster – a long-haired boogeymanRead More →

When you prepare to interview the director of a movie called “Coronavirus Conspiracy”, I have to be honest, you are preparing for the worst. Thankfully, director and Maine native James Sunshine’s movie (now available to rent or purchase on your favorite streaming service) isn’t the kook-fest I imagined. Instead, theRead More →

The Sundance Institute, host of the annual Sundance Film Festival, is today named a Veteran and Independent Media Producer (Awake, Capernaum) Joana Vicente her new CEO. According to the email announcement from Sundance President Pat Mitchell: “Joana comes to Sundance as a true champion in discovering, incubating and nurturing independentRead More →

Tthe independent feature film river path premieres Friday night at the Woodward Theater in Over-the-Rhine, distributed by Cincinnati-based Four by three productions. This will be the first showing of a limited theatrical release for the film, which stars Cody Kearsley from the hit television series Riverdale. Cody Kearsley (right) andRead More →

A $ 10 million pledge from UCLA alumnus Elizabeth Reiko Kubota Whitney and Kenneth Whitney will support the revitalization of the historic Ralph Freud Playhouse at UCLA School of Drama, Film and Television. Their support will go to building a fascinating 21st century space that will allow students, faculty, staff,Read More →

Highlights include “The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui” and the musical “Hair” The upcoming theater season at UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television includes the production of Bertolt Brecht’s “The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui”, the opera “Juana” – a collaboration between Opera UCLA and UCLA’s drama department –Read More →

UCLA TFT students in “Steel Pier”, by John Kander and Fred Ebb, in 2018. LOS ANGELES: The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television’s drama department has announced its 2018-19 main season. Programming will include two works by Paula Vogel, the school’s first distinguished playwright-in-residence of the school’s Hearst TheaterRead More →

Dean Teri Schwartz and Nadja Swarovski were producers of “Waterschool” UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television By appearing on Netflix, the film will be available to more than 130 million people around the world. “Waterschool,” the first feature documentary produced by theRead More →

UCLA’s School of Drama, Film and Television created the Barbara Boyle Promising Producers Award as part of the school’s Producers Program, the school said on Tuesday. Starting in 2016, the award will be presented to a student from the UCLA TFT Producers program presenting on the annual Producers Marketplace duringRead More →