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Movie Review: ‘To Light a Candle’ – A Bahai Story of Hope

Bahai To Light a Candle

We hope that this could inspire many Iranians who are suffering tyranny and be a glimpse of hope to them. 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 »

Take a Peek at FOX’s New ‘Cosmos’

Cosmos

Fox re-invents Carl Sagan's landmark series Cosmos. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1′

Robert, VCL Emergency Rescue Coordinator

It is astounding to me that there is only one crisis hotline and center for America’s veterans. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glickman’

Photo courtesy of HBO

Whether you are a New York Giants fan like myself, or love the Boston Red Sox, take a couple of hours to watch Glickman and see why watching sports now is so much fun. Read More »

TV Review: ‘First Comes Love’

Amy and Nina

People will definitely be talking about this film and Nina Davenport, both pro and con: from super feminists to religious conservatives. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me’

big-star-porch

Rock and roll heaven for it's first hour, this documentary of the legndary band will be like manna to Big Star fans, but it loses its way in the second half. Read More »