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LA Film Fest: Bits and Pieces

Bits and Pieces

This year’s LA Film Fest, sponsored by Film Independent, continued to be a remarkable cultural achievement. But within its 10-day run there were highs and lows. Read More »

Sundance 2013 Movie Review: In a World…

A hilarious crowd pleaser. Read More »

TIFF 2010: Toronto Taken By The Power of A Spectacular Film Festival

TIFF promises Oscar buzz, the latest from Eastwood, Redford, and Boyle and some other festival favorites. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival Wraps Up As Director/Writer Ed Burns Talks About His Career

As TFF wraps up, the TFF On Demand is available. Read an excerpt of the Ed Burns roundtable interview. Hear it on podcast! Read More »

First Turner Classic Movie Film Festival Had Great Films and Great Stars

The TCM Film Festival was a huge success. Read More »

Ready, Set, Grab Your Shorts: Festival Directors on the LA Comedy Shorts Film Festival

LA Comedy Shorts director Jeannie Roshar says, "If you don't have a good time, you might be allergic to fun." Read More »

So This is Hollywood: A Wake Up Call for the Naive

"Hi, I'm a Hollywood Producer. Wanna make out?" Read More »

Philadelphia Film Festival and Cinefest Part Two: Bombs Under Baghdad

Checking out The Hurt Locker, Surveillance and Il Divo at the fest. Read More »

DVD Review: The Whole Shootin’ Match

The first great work of filmmaker Eagle Pennell finally gets a worthy release on DVD, opening the door for enthusiasts and new fans alike. Read More »

Movie Review: Breaking Upwards at SXSW

The ending to Breaking Upwards is inevitable, but that doesn’t make it any less emotional. Read More »