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Attenborough's Belfast : Revisiting 'Closing The Ring'

Richard Attenborough’s passing this week at the age of 90 brought an end to a cinematic legacy. His exhaustive onscreen career as an actor was supplemented by work as an accomplished producer and director. 979 more words


L.A. Rebellion Wednesday - Watch: Making of 'Daughters in the Dust'

Film notes on Daughters in the Dust

Daughters of the Dust is a 1991 independent film written, directed and produced by Julie Dash; it is the first feature film by an African-American woman distributed theatrically in the United States. 843 more words

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The Rover - Review (2014)

The Rover,

Simply put, one of the best films I  have seen in a very long time, and as you can imagine I watch a frightening amount of films. 208 more words

L.A. Rebellion Wednesday - Watch: 'Welcome Home, Brother Charles' (Jamaa Fanaka, 1975)

Film notes on Welcome Home, Brother Charles

Synopsis courtesy of BadMovies.org:

“I have to tell you, getting this review just right was a major obstacle. 423 more words

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California agrees to help keep Hollywood production at home

Gov. Jerry Brown and lawmakers in California announced Wednesday that they’ve reached a deal to expand California’s film production incentive program to $330 million a year, tripling the expiring program that was limited to $100 million. 195 more words