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Gabrielle Union Talks Being A Self-Made Woman & Powerful Role In ‘Birth Of A Nation’ For Ocean Drive Magazine

Gabrielle Union doesn’t need a man to pay her bills, because she’s a self-made woman. Find out what the wife and movie AND tv star dished to Ocean Drive magazine about being a boss.  740 more words


Trotter and The Guardian Newspaper


I’M glad the Boston Globe published my Letter To The Editor, today. But, I’m sorry they chose to delete the paragraph with a bit of Trotter bio, although printing other letters of equal original length. 420 more words


Gabrielle Union says black actors don’t stand a chance

Gabrielle Union, who starred in the Sundance hit “The Birth of a Nation,” says there aren’t enough Hollywood roles for black actors.

“Half the time, don’t even get the opportunity to fail .  67 more words


…and All That Jazz: Miles Ahead and an Oscar Prediction

First, a word from our sponsors: I am now offering a new service: so much emphasis has been given lately to the importance of the opening of your screenplay, I now offer coverage for the first twenty pages at the cost of $20.00.  658 more words

Seminar 6: "Images and Emotions 2"- The Role of Sound, Music and Cinematography

“What distinguishes Cinema from all the other arts is the editing process”

  • Stanley Kubrick (quoted by Scorsese)

For this seminar Lord Puttnam began by posing the question what would have happened if synchronized sound would have been invented at the same time as the the cinema reel? 315 more words

David Puttnam

Screen Catchup: Best New Trailers!

The past two weeks have been filled with new trailer releases! I don’t even know where to begin.

One thing I do know is that I cannot avoid bringing my hopes up. 729 more words


To be honest I’ve not really ever thought of or paid much attention to whose likeness is on currency and I doubt anyone else has, but… 433 more words