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Interview: Leah McKendrick on Her Short Film and Movie with Josh Duhamel

Scene from Beyond Deceit (PRNewsFoto/Pacific Mercantile Bank)

Leah McKendrick encourages actors to "fight for what you believe in and what you want to do, what you actually want and what will make you happy." Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Camp Takota’


'Camp Takota,' the new indie film featuring YouTube sensations Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart, and Mamrie Hart, is a fun, nostalgic camp movie about friendship and life. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Jewish Cardinal’

L to R: Aurole Rondieg and Laurant Lucas in The Jewish Cardinal

The filmmakers relay the account of Aaron Jean-Marie Lustiger, Archbishop of Paris, with grace, reinforcing Lustiger's vision of reconciliation between the faiths in harmony and ecumenism. Read More »

Movie Review: Winnebago Man

The Angriest RV Salesman: Winnebago Man is worth a view. Pass it on. Read More »

Movie Review: Winter’s Bone – Rural Poverty, Banjos, and Sweet Tea

Picturesque film in the backlands of the Ozark Mountains. A 17 year-old seeks her drug-dealing father who has jumped bail. Read More »

Creating The Third Age: Finding Locations

The creator of the upcoming webseries, The Third Age, explores the process of finding locations. Read More »

DVD Review: Guns On The Clackamas

Guns On The Clackamas is a Hollywood spoof about the most troubled production in film history. Read More »

DVD Review: Kissing Cousins

Two cousins almost, sort of, kind of fall in love in this less than enjoyable film. Read More »