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Kevin Spacey, Michael Shannon, Director Liza Johnson Kibitz ‘Elvis and Nixon’

Elvis and Nixon premiered at Tribeca Film Festival in April. I enjoyed the film immensely because of the sardonic humor, the performances and the director’s approach to the meeting of these two iconic figures. In a press conference at the Conrad Hotel back in April, my colleagues and I had …

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Anthem Film Festival: Laughing Though the Pain

Between films focusing on dysfunctional futures, police excesses, brain damage, political oppression, climate fraud, cancer, and unjust imprisonment, Anthem Film Festival director Jo Ann Skousen worked in a few films that inspired giggles and guffaws. Thank you, Jo Ann.

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Interview: Writer Robert Mrazek on His Inspiring ‘The Congressman’ Starring Treat Williams, (Part I)

As a first time director I wasn’t frightened, but I was concerned about being able to work with my co-director and harness the set and create a good atmosphere on the set.

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Soho Film Festival Movie Review: ’79 Parts’ with Eric Roberts and Tony Lo Bianco

In Ari Taub's new film "79 Parts," premiered at this year's Soho Film Festival, we rediscover New York City of the 1970s before cell phones, Uber, and "If you see something say something."

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