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Interview: Angus MacLachlan, Director of ‘Goodbye to All That’

Paul Schneider and Ashley Granger in 'Goodbye to All That,' by Angus MacLachlan. Photo from the trailer.

The director discusses his adult coming-of-age film composed of wonderful comedic moments, drama, poignancy and surprises that smash you over the head. It opens today in New York and then in other selected cities, and is available on VOD. Read More »

Interview: Juliette Binoche on Her New Film ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’, Singapore International Film Festival

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And what's her secret to aging? With a laugh, she says, 'I don’t feel time when I work – and that’s probably why I work all the time!' Read More »

Interview: Orlando Von Einsiedel and Emmanuel de Merode of Neflix’s ‘Virunga’

New poster for the Netflix documentary 'Virunga.' in Variety. Photo courtesy of Netflix.

Orlando Von Einsiedel and Emmanuel de Merode of Neflix's 'Virunga' talks to Blogcritics about this new documentary. Read More »

‘Virunga’ Comes to Netflix with Leonardo DiCaprio Executive Producing

New poster for the Netflix documentary 'Virunga.' in Variety. Photo courtesy of Netflix.

The documentary Virunga comes to Netflix November 7! Read More »

Interview: Ross Kauffman and Katy Chevigny, Directors of the Award-Winning ‘E-TEAM’

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Interview with Ross and Katy to their powerful documentary 'E-Team.' Read More »

New York Film Festival: Ethan Hawke’s ‘Seymour, An Introduction’

Seymour Bernstein and director Ethan Hawke after the press conference at the 52nd New York Film Festival. Photo by Carole Di Tosti

In 'Seymour, An Introduction' Ethan Hawke shows his chops as a first time documentary filmmaker using a surprising subject in a unique and intuitive process. The film is excellent for what and how it reveals a real and human portrait of friend and mentor of Hawke, former concert pianist, teacher, and composer, the incomparable Seymour Bernstein. Read More »

Interview: Genevieve Bailey – Director of ‘I Am Eleven’

Genevieve Bailey in a portrait by Henrik Nordstrom.

Watching these interviews in Genevieve Bailey's thoughtful film, you will recall that time when you were eleven, the age between the dusk of innocence. Read More »

Interview: Kevin Kline and Israel Horovitz, ‘My Old Lady’

(L to R) Israel Horovitz (director, screenwriter, playwright) and Kevin Kline at Cohen Media Group to discuss 'My Old Lady." Photo by Carole Di Tosti

What's not to find joyous about a roundtable interview with award winning actor Kevin Kline and celebrated playwright Israel Horovitz who discussed their collaboration on Horovitz's directorial debut of his brilliant film 'My Old Lady?' Not only did we learn interesting bits about the making of the film, we had the opportunity to watch these close knit friends (Horovitz refers to Kline as his cousin) in rare form. When one "cousin" leaves off commenting, the other "cousin" seamlessly picks up the anticipated rejoinder. They were loads of fun, but they were also deep folks, very deep. If you blinked, you missed it. Read More »

Interview: Adria Tennor (‘Mad Men’) – Actress, Writer, Producer, Director, Restaurateur

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Adria Tennor discusses her happy, busy life acting, writing, directing, being a restaurateur and doing her comedic one-women shows. Read More »

Interview: Eric Powell Talks ‘Big Trouble in Little China’ Comic Books

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After nearly twenty years, Jack Burton is back. Read More »