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VIDEO: HOLLYWOOD ACTOR TIYA SIRCAR

Meet Hollywood actor and TV star Tiya Sircar. We caught up with her at this year’s Cinequest film festival in Silicon Valley. She was here for the world premiere of her new film “ 336 more words

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video: Meet Kosha Patel, Actor & Writer

Meet Kosha Patel, Los Angeles-based actor and writer. Did I mention funny? Perhaps, you have seen her in “Shit White Girls Say…To Brown Girls… 117 more words

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The Kamla Show Highlights: San Jose Museum of Art, Tiya Sircar and Kosha Patel Postdate: Photography and Inherited History in India

Art and films – that is what we are talking about with our guests in our upcoming interviews. Sherill Ingalls of San Jose Museum of Art talks about their current exhibit “ 41 more words

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VIDEO: An Exclusive Interview with the Producers of ‘Miss India America’ at Cinequest

The Daily Quirk talked with Saurabh Kikani and Megha Kadakia, the producers of Miss India America, on the red carpet of the Cinequest Film Festival. The comedy, which made its world premiere at the festival, is about Lily’s attempt to win the beauty pageant “Miss India America” in order to try to win her boyfriend back. 256 more words

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Review: ‘Dermaphoria’ thrills but confuses viewers

Drugs, memory-lapse, action and intrigue wrap around “Dermaphoria” like a blanket of confusion. With a skipping pace and extremely hard to follow story, this New Orleans crime drama tests the intelligence of its audience every second it’s playing. 319 more words

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VIDEO: A Red Carpet Interview with the Actors of ‘Forever Into Space’ at Cinequest

The Daily Quirk talked with the actors of Forever Into Space on the red carpet of the Cinequest Film Festival. Kelly Sebastian stars in the black-and-white drama as Audrey Harrington, a 20-something film blogger trying to make sense of her life in today’s world. 268 more words

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Review: Slow West

 Slow West (2015)

Dir. John Maclean

Starring: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Michael Fassbender, Rory McCann

A sardonic western that relies too much on tone.

Jay Cavendish (Kodi Smit-McPhee) is a young man, a Scottish immigrant, on a quest to find his lost love Rose (Caren Pistorius). 205 more words

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