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Looking for people who know how to set moods with lighting with Kino Flo, Arri, or Mole Richardson lights for a sci fi short film.Preferably a student looking to gain experience. In addition,…Continue
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The Catcher Was A Spy was one of our most anticipated movies of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, so it brings me absolutely no joy to report that it ranks as my most disappointing movie of the year so far. It’s hard to fathom that such an intriguing true-life story of a professional baseball player-turned-spy […]
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Snoop Dogg continues to surprise. The multi-talented rapper, producer, cannabis advocate, and cooking show host has added another hyphenate to his resume: football coach. The hip-hop artist has long been involved in a youth football league, supporting kids from low-income neighborhoods in Los Angeles. But Snoop’s coaching talents are finally getting the spotlight thanks to the inspiring Coach […]
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In Disney’s never-ending quest to reboot their animated films in live-action, they’ve now moved onto a live-action The Sword in the Stone remake. The retelling of the story of King Arthur is moving ahead at the House of Mouse, and the film just knighted its director: Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, the filmmaker behind the horror sequel 28 Weeks Later. Sooner […]
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The 2018 Producers Guild of America Awards were held last night, and Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water and Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale were the big winners. Check out the complete list of PGA Award winners below. The Shape of Water producers Guillermo del Toro and J. Miles Dale took home the award for […]
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Hollywood is reeling from outing sexual predators who have been hiding in plain sight for years, even decades. These revelations have sparked the imperative #MeToo movement, inspiring countless women to share the stories of sexual abuse and harassment that they’ve either repressed or suppressed. Director Jennifer Fox is one of those women, and she tells […]
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