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Light Wounds: a Film that Will Change Lives

Like all independent films getting Light Wounds made is not an easy task and it is only because of the dedication of individuals like director Max Leonida, actors and co-producers Jonathan Looper and Vadim Dardagani, and executive producer Franco Sama that it is being made at all. Show More Summary

Interstellar Composer Hans Zimmer On Music and His Own Process For Scoring Films

These Answers originally appeared on Quora: The best answer to any question. Ask a question, get a great answer. Learn from experts and access insider knowledge. You can follow Quora on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. Answers by Hans...Show More Summary

Foo Fighters Ticket Experiment: Five Reasons It Didn't Work

Several days removed from the Foo Fighters' so-called Beat the Bots nationwide concert presales, which made tickets available only in person at venue box offices, fans who braved the cold are finally starting to thaw out. They're starting to catch up on the sleep they missed by showing up in person early Saturday morning. Show More Summary

Two Strikingly Similar Films Celebrate Professional Fulfillment

Viewing the recent DVD releases Chef and Begin Again, some startling similarities challenge viewers to rethink what it means to cultivate professional satisfaction. Both films feature a gifted male artist who seems past his prime and is struggling through a mid-life professional crisis. Show More Summary

Movie Review: The Imitation Game - Decoding a complex man

To my mind, The Imitation Game is the best film of the year: a gripping tale of wartime espionage and code-breaking that also manages to be the character study of an important figure whose contributions have been ignominiously ignored. Morten Tyldum's film tells the story of Alan Turing, played with vulnerable sangfroid by Benedict Cumberbatch. Show More Summary

My Conversation with Joni Mitchell

Tonight on PBS, I'm joined for a rare interview by Joni Mitchell, who has just released a four-disc collection of newly remastered tracks spanning some 40 years of recording by the iconic singer-songwriter entitled, "LOVE HAS MANY FACES:...Show More Summary

Theater: Not Enough "Tristan & Yseult;" Never Enough Lypsinka!

TRISTAN & YSEULT out of LYPSKINA! THE BOXED SET out of TRISTAN & YSEULT out of ST. ANN'S WAREHOUSE I had a great first date with the Kneehigh theatre company. It was their wildly popular adaptation of that veddy British romance Brief Encounter. Show More Summary

Mike Nichols Saved Our Lives!

Mike was a mensch. He was the wittiest man I ever broke bread with, and he was a quiet philanthropist who saved lives while he was influencing "the American century." He improved the quality of life of countless men and women, many of whom died, but many of whom, gratefully, live on. 1991 was a dark time. Show More Summary

Wyclef Jean on His New Single 'Divine Sorrow' With Avicii

Last week Wyclef Jean released his new single, "Divine Sorrow." He collaborated on the song with famed electronic music DJ and producer Avicii. Proceeds from the single will benefit the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria...Show More Summary

Fred Goodman: Songwriter, Singer, Parodist Extraordinaire

On Christmas Day 1994, the veteran singer/songwriter Fred Goodman met his future wife Chris's extended family. When caroling time arrived, Fred, the only Jew in a houseful of Catholics, sat at the piano and led the guests through classic...Show More Summary

Film Review: Time Is IllMatic Directed by One9

Let me start by being completely honest. I won't call myself a true Nas fan. I definitely listened to a few of his songs when they came on the radio, and danced to some, when they were spun in the club. But that's probably it. Now, I can certainly recognize and acknowledge his accomplishments. Show More Summary

Mockingjay and the Price of Violence in Popular Fiction

This Friday, Mockingjay: Part 1 -- the third film in the cinematic tetralogy based on Suzanne Collins' trio of dystopian Young Adult novels, and the first based on that trilogy's concluding chapter -- premiered in theaters around the United States. Show More Summary

WWE Superstar Charlotte, Daughter of Ric Flair, Hopes to Revolutionize Women's Wrestling

"The biggest thing holding me back is fear," confessed second-generation World Wrestling Entertainment superstar Charlotte of her in-ring career, "Being afraid to fail and not live up to such a legacy my dad has made." It seems a logical...Show More Summary

Dear White People: Diversity at the University

Dear Justin Simien, Just wanted to write back to thank you for your film Dear White People. Oh sure, Dear White People was a bit critical of race relations. But it was smart, funny and energetic. The movie could have been even more trenchant. Show More Summary

Dreams Do Come True: Two Awakenings I Had At The Global Spin Awards

The stage was set, the lights were lit and the room was full of anticipation. On November 18th at the fabulous New World Stage in New York City, the third annual Global Spin Award housed some of the most talented individuals in the music industry. Show More Summary

The Future Weighs in on Bill Cosby and Celebs in Crisis

Let the thought leadership commence. Bill Cosby just had the kind of week undergraduates taking a PR course in the future will one day sit back and discuss. I can see it now: SCENE: AN ACADEMIC CLASSROOM IN THE FUTURE The PROFESSOR in a tweed jacket, early 50s, stroking smugly his goatee. Show More Summary

Kendra Wilkinson: What Makes You Stay With a Cheater?

After some consideration, Model Kendra Wilkinson has decided to stay married to her husband of five years, former football star Hank Baskett, despite the fact that she knows he was cheating on her with transsexual model Ava Sabrina London. Show More Summary

Mike Nichols, 1931-2014

Film is the theater of the unconscious. - Mike Nichols I hate endings. Never liked them; in books, films, sometimes songs (especially fades -- what the hell is that?), whatever. This is why my novel has a shitty ending. And I took a lot of guff for that. Show More Summary

Chats with a Bangle, a Crobot, a Griswold, Jacquie Lee, Guys from Great Caesar and Such Gold Plus The Cabana Kids' Exclusive

A Conversation with The Bangles' Susanna Hoffs Mike Ragogna: Ladies And Gentlemen...The Bangles! is the latest yet oldest collection of material from The Bangles. Why did you choose to go back to this era for a new release? Susanna Hoffs:...Show More Summary

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