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Past Imperfect - #34

They weren’t sure where they were, how they got there, or who decided to stop at the bordello for a costume change. But they were happy, and that’s all that really mattered. 691 more words


Oscar Season Highlights Greater Diversity in Entertainment Industry

Black History Month’s nationwide mission, since its annual designation by Gerald Ford in 1976, has been to honor and celebrate the achievements of African Americans. Although they have become much more visible in the entertainment landscape since the early 1970s, shows centered around African Americans are still few and far between, as was the case during our country’s bicentennial year, with shows like “Good Times” and “The Jeffersons” being the exception rather than the rule. 392 more words

In the Spirit of Howard Ashman: Bill Condon on "Beauty and the Beast"

Kim Masters interviewed Bill Condon, director of “Dreamgirls” (2006), who also directed the new adaptation of “Beauty and the Beast” (2017) on Saturday, March 25th, 2017. 569 more words

Contemporary Film

Autism Stereotypes in Film

In today’s generation many people understand that autism is rapidly increasing among our youth. When someone’s child is diagnosed with autism, their parents are normally  fear that their child will lead a dependent and unfulfilling life. 166 more words


How to Do Hollywood – The Wrong Way -Part One

Some of you may not know this but yours truly actually dabbled a bit in the entertainment industry. This is part one in my Hollywood journey. 2,539 more words


Wes Anderson: An exception to the rule of Hollywood

After the Oscars ceremony fiasco overshadowed the deserved victory of Moonlight, it became all the more relevant to investigate the rise of independent filmmakers in Hollywood’s domination of mainstream cinema. 1,907 more words

Indie Film