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Anthem Film Fest – Telling the Truth Could Get You Killed

Courtney Balaker

If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise, they'll kill you. -- Oscar Wilde Read More »

Collaboration Filmmakers Challenge: The Fifteen Dollar Film School

A Hollywood film contest with a new twist. You have to help your competition succeed. Read More »

Movie Review: Mental – As in the Slang Term for “Crazy”

You pick up a hitchhiking hippie to be a nanny for your daughters — what could go wrong? Read More »

DocU: The Intersection of Documentary and Journalism

Are you a documentary filmmaker. Lawyer up. They're coming for you. Read More »

PopConLA: Making Music Magic for Indie Producers

Elmer Bernstein: If all the budget they had left was for a kazoo and a banjo, let’s get the best kazoo and banjo we can get. Read More »

PopConLA: New Nerd Nirvana Debuts in LA

Holy culture overload, Batman! It's Billy Dee Williams, Sybil Danning, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Transformers, and 90 movies. Kaboom! Read More »

Q&A with Cowboys & Aliens Scribes Mark Fergus and Roberto Orci

“We went with character, story, and ‘it’s really happening’ and stayed committed to that.” Read More »

Movie Review: This Time – Getting it Right

What do Elvis, a New York cabaret singer and a homeless lady in South Los Angeles have in common? Read More »

Interview: Director Derek Cianfrance Discusses Blue Valentine

Derek Cianfrance about Blue Valentine: "I wanted to make Blue Valentine filled with real moments. Real living, breathing moments." Read More »

Movie Review: Warming Up to Cold Weather

"Cold Weather" channels Phillip Marlowe as a college drop out in Portland. But wait, it gets stranger. Read More »