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Film, Film Trailers
Apr 26, 2018

Saoirse Ronan in new Chesil Beach Clip

We’re so excited for this film! Here is a peek inside the upcoming film directed by Dominic Cooke:

Film, Interviews
Jan 9, 2018

Q+A with the founders of Wanderluxxe and D Pique Productions

Marti Hines is the co-founder of Wanderluxxe, which has produced high profile events for companies like Hyatt Hotel in the past. Currently Wanderluxxe is collaborating…read more >

Film, Reviews, Underground, What to Watch
Jul 17, 2017

Film Review: Lady Macbeth

Be careful what you buy…namely human women. We’ve never felt more compelled to completely submerse ourselves in holy water than we did at the conclusion…read more >

Festivals, Film, Interviews, L.A. Local, News, Red Carpets, Reviews, The Inside Noise, Underground, Up & Coming
May 24, 2016

‘THE OPENERS’ HITS CANNES

Working in Hollywood can be the most rewarding and frustrating experience all at the same time. Many filmmakers, writers, and actors grind for years before…read more >

Testoftime_Catalinafilmfestival
Festivals, Film, Reviews
Sep 26, 2015

THE TEST OF TIME GARNERS ATTENTION AT 2015 CATALINA FILM FESTIVAL

“Integrity is like talent: high in demand, short on supply.” With killer lines like that, it’s no wonder indie films are still the heartbeat of…read more >

Film, Reviews
May 1, 2014

TRUST ME, ONE OF THE YEAR’S BEST INDIES

Clark Gregg is one of Hollywood’s most underrated assets. Although most people now know him as the understated Agent Coulson in Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD…read more >

Destin Cretton
Film, Interviews, News
Jan 14, 2014

GETTING TO KNOW WRITER- DIRECTOR DESTIN CRETTON, SHORT TERM 12

Last year’s Short Term 12 was widely considered one of the best and most underrated films of 2013. Very much an indie, the movie tells…read more >

holyland
Film, Interviews
Jun 14, 2012

HOLY LAND OF TYROL, DIRECTOR Q & A

It’s not often you catch a film that truly inspires you, let alone a period film with unknown actors, subtitles, and a first time feature…read more >