Documentary About Mali Musicians Fighting For The Right To Sing To Air At Husson's Gracie Theatre
Released in 2015 to critical acclaim, "They Will Have to Kill Us First" was directed by award-winning filmmaker Johanna Schwartz.
The film tells the story of Mali's musicians fighting for the right to sing after Islamic extremists destroyed radio stations, burned instruments, and threatened performers' ...
Louder Than Love - The Grande Ballroom Story
Louder Than Love - The Grande Ballroom Story, produced and directed by Tony D'Annunzio, is coming to home video on June 10th via MVD. The film has been to over 35 festivals from Detroit to LA to London and Australia.
Louder Than Love debuted to standing ovations at the world premiere April 5, 2012 ...
The Newport Beach Film Festival Honors Outstanding Contribution To Global Cinema In Special Celebration
The Newport Beach Film Festival will celebrate outstanding contribution to global cinema at a special event during the 17th annual Festival (April 21-28, 2016) at the Balboa Bay Resort, April 23.
"The Newport Beach Film Festival is proud to continue its tradition of recognizing superior achievements ...
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Showcases Films From The UK In Partnership With Britweek
NewFilmmakers LA (NFMLA) spotlights cinema from across the pond during the April 30th 2016 Film Festival at the 1150 Olive Center in Downtown Los Angeles.
British culture and its people pervade the US entertainment industry. Whether it's their classically trained actors such as Benedict Cumberbatch ...
Terminally Ill Award-Winning Filmmaker Dedicates The Rest Of Her Life To Saving Dogs
Award winning filmmaker JD Disalvatore was diagnosed with stage iv cancer four years ago, but that hasn't slowed down her activism or filmmaking. Now combining both endeavors, she is dedicating her time and talents to the movement to make Los Angeles a no-kill city, and is making a documentary about ...
Film Festival Award Winner Die Fighting Coming To DVD And Blu-Ray
The martial arts, found footage action thriller Die Fighting is coming to DVD and Blu-ray on April 19th. The film, from martial arts experts Fabien Garcia and Laurent Buson, takes place on the city streets of Los Angeles as one crazed director forces several fighters to compete for the ones they love. ...
"King Kong" And "Projections Of America" To Screen At IFFNoHo
Fay Wray's daughter will read from her mother's memoir and answer questions.
The upcoming International Film Festival North Hollywood will feature an exclusive screening of a new documentary about Academy Award-winning screenwriter Robert Riskin ("It Happened One Night," "Meet John Doe"), and his ...
"Addicted", Indie On Adderall Abuse, Ready For Film Festival Run
On college campuses everywhere, one theme seems to be a consant: Adderall is a mainstay that isn't disappearing anytime soon. Kids sell it. Students fake symptoms to get their own prescriptions. Three-day study binges without sleep are the norm. Writer/director, Dan Jenski, shines a much-needed light ...
Should Dance Films Get Political?
"Four Stages of Collapse", a social-political dance film by John T. Williams featuring choreography and performances by world-renowned Jabbawockeez dancer Tony Tran.
Creativity is an act of defiance - Twyla Tharp
Social-political films have been around a long time with classics such as, "All ...
Cavu Pictures Paints The Path To A May 20th Theatrical Launch Of Documentary Film Art Bastard
Art Bastard Poster: "You can bastardize everything else in your life, but if you compromise with your art, why be an artist?" -Robert Cenedella
Gotham-based indie film distribution company CAVU Pictures will release the award-winning documentary feature film ART BASTARD in theatres nationwide, ...
Low-Budget Thriller "Fare" Takes Filmmakers On Roadtrip To Newport Beach
"Fare," a feature-length thriller filmed entirely inside a moving car over three days, makes its world premiere April 26 at the Newport Beach Film Festival.
Blurring the lines of tone and genre, "Fare" marks the feature-film debut of Charlotte, N.C.-based filmmaker Thomas Torrey. Filmed entirely ...
Acclaimed Music Doc "Janis: Little Girl Blue" Coming To DVD On May 6, 2016
The critically acclaimed, box office smash Janis: Little Girl Blue is coming to DVD on May 6th via Brooklyn-based film and TV distributor FilmRise. MVD Entertainment Group will distribute the film with exclusive, never-before-seen bonus features.
Directed and written by Academy AwardŽ-nominated ...
Bay Area Director Seeks Local Youth To Star In "Broadway Movie Musical"
Local youth to recreate Broadway's greatest moments on film in "Broadway Movie Musical."
"We are looking for Bay Area youth who love to sing and dance to feature in our youth movie musical." - Director, John Bisceglie
Director, Producer, and Filmmaker John Bisceglie seeks local youth ages 8-21 ...
Evgeny Borisov In Final Negotiations With Jojo Ryder To Produce Summerhouse
Summerhouse, a script that has gained much attention in Hollywood for its deep characters and twisted dual story is slated for casting and production.
Executive Producer Evgeny Borisov is in final negotiations with Creative Producer JoJo Ryder to help guide the project from casting through distribution.
National Screenings Of "The Business Of Amateurs" Empowers Former Student Athletes And Challenges National Collegiate Athletic Association
Despite the film's scathing criticism of big-time college sports, the film is done out of love and comes from a place seeking answers for something worth saving.
"The Business of Amateurs" is the first documentary to challenge the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) from the perspective ...
"Munich '72 And Beyond" Reveals Shocking New Details Of A Tragedy Whose Legacy Lives On 40 Years Later
On September 5, 1972, Palestinian extremists infiltrated the athletes' dorms at the Munich Summer Olympics ultimately killing 11 Israeli athletes and setting off an international crisis that continues to raise controversy more than 40 years later. With new revelations and emotional interviews, Munich ...
Mean Girl Makeover Is A Documentary About Transforming School Bullies Through A Life-Changing Trip To Africa
"Going from the most entitled, selfish, ungrateful teen and then going to Africa changed me so drastically," says Funk.
Jessie Funk, a renowned national motivational speaker, during her teenage years was a self proclaimed struggling 'Mean Girl' in her teens until a transformative trip to Africa ...
Commemorate The Tuskegee Airmen's 75th Anniversary In Select US Movie Theaters On March 29, 2016
2016 marks the 75th anniversary of these amazing fighters and there is no better way to celebrate these men than a documentary and panel discussion.
Fathom Events is partnering with Bryton Entertainment to present "In Their Own Words: The Tuskegee Airmen - The 75th Anniversary" in select U.S. cinemas ...
Judi Dench's Exits & Entrances: A Celebration Of Shakespeare
Exits and Entrances commemorates the 400th anniversary on April 23rd 2017 of the death of the world's most celebrated playwright William Shakespeare.
The recording comprises readings of many of the most well known and best-loved verse and sonnets from the world's finest playwright, with specially ...
Maryland International Film Festival Partners With Amvets And Horizon Goodwill For Opening Night Celebration
The Maryland International Film Festival (MDIFF) is partnering with the national non-profit AMVETS and the Hagerstown-based Horizon Goodwill to celebrate veterans and highlight the needs to put our heroes back to work. Maryland International Film Festival-Hagerstown Executive Director, Tracie Hovey ...
Cowboy Poet And Songster Val Geissler Introduces Wild Mustangs Epic, Unbranded, At Buffalo Bill Center Of The West April 15
In 2013, four Texas cowboys led by Ben Masters hatched an outrageous plan to adopt, train, and ride a string of wild mustangs 3,000 miles from Mexico to Canada across the backbone of the American West, the Rocky Mountains. Their story became the feature-length documentary "Unbranded," and the Buffalo ...
Pride And Joy: The Story Of Alligator Records On Blu-Ray April 22nd
After the release of his extremely influential 1991 film Deep Blues, a look at Mississippi blues culture which was funded by Dave Stewart of Eurythmics and involved a collaboration with legendary music writer Robert Palmer, acclaimed music filmmaker Robert Mugge received a phone call. The caller was ...
Sony Electronics Hosts A Special Screening Of "The Art Of Listening"
Today, Sony Electronics and online music and film publication Consequence of Sound hosted a special screening of a feature music documentary, The Art of Listening, at an invitation-only gathering at the Hotel Van Zandt in the heart of Austin's prolific music scene in the midst of the SXSW Music Festival.
Love Is All You Need? Snags The New Vision Award At Cinequest Film Festival
Love Is All You Need? is more than just a film - it's a movement. - Love Is All You Need? director and co-writer Kim Rocco Shields
In less than a week after making its highly anticipated world premiere debut at Cinequest, Love Is All You Need? was awarded the prestigious New Vision Award. The controversial ...
Ironheart Productions Releases Official Movie Trailer For "Heart: Flatline To Finish Line" Documentary
Cast member Ellen Charnley getting her heart screened before competition.
"There are so many important messages in this film"- Larry Creswell, MD, Cardiac Surgeon
Ironheart Productions announced today the debut of the new trailer for their compelling documentary, HEART: Flatline to Finish Line. ...
The Gracie Theatre Presents Forbidden Hollywood, The Smash Musical Parody Of The Movies
FORBIDDEN HOLLYWOOD, is coming to Husson University's Gracie Theatre on Saturday, March 26, for one night only, with a performance at 7:30 p.m.
It's out-and-out fun for people who love movies and musicals.
One of America's favorite cinema spoofs, FORBIDDEN HOLLYWOOD, is coming to Husson University's ...
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Documentary Film "Forgotten Plague" Released
A still image from the recently released documentary film, Forgotten Plague, which investigates chronic fatigue syndrome. The image shows Ryan Prior, a producer and journalist, during his journey.
"Seeing the overwhelming global response to the film has been deeply humbling," Prior said. "It's ...
Marina Rice Bader's Ava's Impossible Things Announced As Vimeo's First 2016 "Share The Screen" Filmmaker Investment
"Share the Screen", launched at Sundance, is Vimeo's new initiative they hope will help close the gender gap that is so pervasive in the entertainment industry. Vimeo intends to foster equality by investing in female-led programming, educational workshops, meet-ups, interviews, and more that spotlight ...
'Born To Be Blue' Out March 25th Featuring Score By Steve London
WHO: Steve London, composer for Born to Be Blue
WHAT: Announcing the theatrical release of Born to Be Blue, with Steve London available for interviews
WHEN: In Theaters Nationwide March 25
WHERE: Released in theaters nationwide
ABOUT BORN TO BE BLUE:
Ethan Hawke lights up the screen as ...
Thomas Murphy Heads To SXSW To Screen My Father Die And Talking About One Of The Most Challenging Roles Of His Life
Murphy said, "I'm very excited to be a part of this film. Director, Sean Brosnan, is a talented guy. The way he shot and his approach to the cast and material made it really enjoyable to work with him."
Actor Thomas Murphy (MY FATHER DIE, TERMINATOR GENISYS) will be attending the premiere of his ...