JOINING HEART FOR SELECT DATES: Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Sheryl Crow, Brandi Carlile and…
Interview with W. Bruce Cameron, writer of the book The Dog's Way Home, his wife Cathryn Michone, who adapted the book to the screenplay for the film, and Shelby the rescue dog, who stars in the movie. Interview by Paul Salfen
Interview by Paul Salfen After receiving worldwide praise for her one-take unscripted performance in her debut film, Victoria, Spanish actress Laia Costa has been on a roll ever since in interesting American indie films and continues the streak with Maine, a story about a married woman named Bluebird that goes solo hiking along the Appalachian
BEN IS BACK: Peter Hedges Directs Son Lucas and Julia Roberts In This Suburban Good Boy Gone Bad Tale of Opiod Addiction (Interview)
SYNOPSIS: 19 year-old Ben Burns (Lucas Hedges) unexpectedly returns home to his family’s suburban home on…
ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE: THIS WILL BE YOUR FAVORITE HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL ZOMBIE MASHUP (CAST INTERVIEW)
Interview by Paul Salfen One of our favorite world premieres at Fantastic Fest, ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE is a critically acclaimed Scottish about a girl that fights (and sings!) while fighting off zombies. It's out in theaters now! Here's an interview with the cast by Paul Salfen.
Interview by John Wisniewski John WisniewskI: When did you begin playing music John? John Blair: In the early 1960s when I was in high school. My first band was a surf band in 1963, The Intruders. John WisniewskI: What were some of the band's you played in? John Blair: After The Intruders, I was in a folk-rock group
Houston Native Jordan Craig Is “Raoul” in Broadway’s Phantom Of The Opera, Coming To Houston November 7th-18th
After 30 years of thrilling audiences across the United States and abroad, The Phantom of The Opera is coming to Houston's Mischer Neurosciences Broadway at the Hobby Center November 7-18th. The big difference between past productions of Phantom and this one is Cameron Mackintosh's reinvention of the staging and scenic design. There are also some
SYNOPSIS: Born and raised in a suburb ridden by drug trafficking, Driss and Manuel were like brothers. As adults, they have gone down exactly the opposite path: Manuel chose to embrace this thug life, while Driss completely rejected it and became a cop. When Manuel’s biggest deal goes terribly wrong, the two men meet again
Fantastic Fest 2018 Interview: MADAM YANKELOVA’S FINE LITERATURE CLUB, a bedtime story for the broken hearted.
Worst date ever? How about being invited to a book club by an attractive woman only to be rated on your physical attractiveness and then murdered and ground up into sausage. In Guilhad Emilio Schenker’s new thriller, MADAM YANKELOVA’S FINE LITERATURE CLUB, making its international premiere at Fantastic Fest, Sophie (Keren Mor) has been stuck
The Song Of Sway Lake is an absolutely stunning film, visually beautiful and haunting, with a fantastic period soundtrack with original music to complement the story of a family that can't let go of the past. Winner of 15 awards from International Film Festivals, it's poignant and available for viewing on iTunes or in select