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My recommendations for movie watching this week in L.A. 7/3-7/10/2015

My recommendations for movie watching this week in L.A. 7/3-7/10/2015

First, a word from our sponsors. Ever wonder what a reader for a contest or agency thinks when he reads your screenplay? 374 more words


NOTE: Bulworth just released on Netflix.


“You know, we’re standing on the doorstep of a new millennium.”

Except for a questionable incident at the end of the film, Beatty fills… 360 more words

Michael Siebenaler

LUC Election Special: The best 5 films about politics

With a week left until we are plunged into the dark heart of Election night 2015, LUC recommends that if you must remain engaged in the political process for the next seven days then you should do it through the medium of cinema. 447 more words


Alphabetical April 2015 (Part 2)

As of 1:34 PM central time on April the 19th, I have watched 19½ movies of the 27 I have prescribed for my ‘Alphabetical April… 407 more words


'Bulworth' Writer Jeremy Pikser Selected for Writers Guild's Jablow Award

The Writers Guild of America East has selected Vice President Jeremy Pikser as the recipient of its Richard B. Jablow Award for service to the guild. 203 more words


Award Winning Screenwriter Graces Williamson Theatre

Jeremy Pikser Pulls no Punches in his Breakdown of the Film Industry

By Clifford Michel

Aspiring filmmakers hung onto every brash word that came out of Jeremy Pikser’s mouth on November 11 in the Williamson Theatre. 692 more words


Lessons from our Strangest Political Movies to Remember on Election Day

Our next national election of unprecedented significance is one week away. Non-presidential midterm elections sometimes lack inspiration for voters, and turnout tends to be down compared to presidential election years. 1,108 more words


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"The political process does not end on Election Day. Young people need to stay involved in the process by continuing to pay attention to the conversation and holding their leaders accountable for the decisions they make." - Patrick Murphy