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Best NY Film Festivals In October

By Jessica Allen

October in New York means many things, including tons of can’t miss movie festivals. Whether you’re into protecting the earth or watching it get destroyed by evil creatures, longing to learn about other cultures or devoted to diversity, the city has just the right film festival this month for you. 542 more words

News

3 Actresses to keep an eye on.

The film industry has given us many incredible timeless icons such as, Grace Kelly, Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn, but today I would like to talk about the young women that have the potentialities to become the icons of tomorrow. 381 more words

Films

On DVD/VOD: STEP

Coming to DVD and VOD today, Tuesday, October 17:
STEP

Director:
Amanda Lipitz

Premiere:
Sundance 2017

Select Festivals:
DOC NYC, Nantucket, True/False, Seattle, San Francisco, Wisconsin, Montclair… 23 more words

Film

On TV: MOTHERLAND

Coming to PBS’s POV tonight, Monday, October 16:
MOTHERLAND

Director:
Ramona Diaz

Premiere:
Sundance 2017

Select Festivals:
Nantucket, Berlin, Docville, San Francisco, Los Angeles Asian Pacific, Montclair, Docaviv, Sheffield, Sydney, Melbourne, Moscow… 20 more words

Film

Screening Room: 'Mudbound'

The historical melodrama¬†Mudbound has been making the festival rounds, from Sundance to the New York Film Festival. It’s due on Netflix and in select theaters on November 17. 89 more words

Books

Interview - Justin Cody Fox "Go Down Swinging" By Eileen Shapiro

I caught country/rock artist Justin Cody Fox during the aftermath of a gig, right before hurricane Erma was to hit North Carolina. Having recently released his new single, “Popcorn Sutton”, from his latest album, “Go Down Swinging”, via Spectra Music Group, Justin spoke about the fact that music is all he’s ever done, and all he will ever do. 1,152 more words

Entertainment

An Interview With Actress, Producer and Screenwriter Carolyn Bridget Kennedy

This year has been very exciting for Canadian actress, producer and screenwriter Carolyn Bridget Kennedy. Her critically acclaimed comedy web series Danger Pay and short film… 780 more words

Interviews