Goran Stolevski and Anamaria Marinca Won’t Be Alone
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Goran Stolevski and Anamaria Marinca Won’t Be Alone

Goran Stolevski and Anamaria Marinca Won’t Be Alone By Jay S. Jacobs You Won’t Be Alone resides in the rarely trod territory between the arthouse and the haunted house. On the surface it is an exploration of a twisted relationship between an immortal witch, known in an 18th century Macedonian village as Old Maid Maria … Continue reading

Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Jonah Hill, Tyler Perry, Scott Mescudi, Meryl Streep and Adam McKay Discuss Don’t Look Up
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Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Jonah Hill, Tyler Perry, Scott Mescudi, Meryl Streep and Adam McKay Discuss Don’t Look Up

Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Jonah Hill, Tyler Perry, Scott Mescudi, Meryl Streep and Adam McKay At The Don’t Look Up Press Conference, Its A-List Actors Discuss The Comedy of A Planet-Killing Event by Brad Balfour Known for his raft of successful left-leaning satires such as Vice and The Big Short, Director Adam McKay once again tries … Continue reading

Maggie Gyllenhaal, Olivia Colman, Dakota Johnson & cast – Director and Cast of Oscar-Nominated The Lost Daughter Examines Its Truths and Illusions
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Maggie Gyllenhaal, Olivia Colman, Dakota Johnson & cast – Director and Cast of Oscar-Nominated The Lost Daughter Examines Its Truths and Illusions

Maggie Gyllenhaal, Olivia Colman, Dakota Johnson & cast Director and Cast of Oscar-Nominated The Lost Daughter Examines Its Truths and Illusions by Brad Balfour Written and directed by veteran actor Maggie Gyllenhaal (in her feature directorial debut), The Lost Daughter – a complex psychological drama based on the novel of the same name by the mysterious Elena Ferrante … Continue reading

Lisa Hurwitz – Traveling Back to The Automat
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Lisa Hurwitz – Traveling Back to The Automat

Lisa Hurwitz Traveling Back to The Automat by Jay S. Jacobs The automat. It is a world lost in time, but for much of the 20th century, it was a little haven for the people of New York and Philadelphia. Horn & Hardart restaurants, which were just in those two big cities, nonetheless became legendary … Continue reading

Rebecca Hall, Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga & André Holland – Passing Explores the Lives of Two Mixed-Race Women in 1920s New York
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Rebecca Hall, Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga & André Holland – Passing Explores the Lives of Two Mixed-Race Women in 1920s New York

Rebecca Hall, Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga & André Holland Veteran Actor’s Directorial Debut Passing Explores the Lives of Two Mixed-Race Women in 1920s New York by Brad Balfour As the film Passing opens, two childhood friends run into each other while “passing” as white women shopping in midtown Manhattan. Both are living in middle class … Continue reading

John Carpenter and Sandy King – Halloween Offers Legendary Director and Wife/Partner Opportunities to Continue an Enduring Horror Legacy
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John Carpenter and Sandy King – Halloween Offers Legendary Director and Wife/Partner Opportunities to Continue an Enduring Horror Legacy

John Carpenter and Sandy King Halloween Offers Legendary Director and Wife/Partner Opportunities to Continue an Enduring Horror Legacy by Brad Balfour Horror films fascinate some people, while they repel others. A classic slasher series such as Halloween prompts extreme passions either way. Creating a supernatural menace that’s both relentless and hair-raising but seems that somehow he … Continue reading

Kevin Smith – A Chat with Silent Bob
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Kevin Smith – A Chat with Silent Bob

Kevin Smith A Chat with Silent Bob By Jay S. Jacobs It’s been a long, winding road since the Quick Stop. In the early 1990s, Kevin Smith was a film school dropout, living in his native New Jersey and working part time at downtrodden convenience store in a little local strip mall. Little did he … Continue reading

Hallee Adelman – Turning the Camera on Our American Family
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Hallee Adelman – Turning the Camera on Our American Family

Hallee Adelman Turning the Camera on Our American Family By Jay S. Jacobs Drug addiction has been ripping families apart for generations. Particularly in the modern world, where the opioid epidemic has led to destroyed lives and ravaged families. One such family is the Caltabiano clan of Philadelphia. The new documentary Our American Family takes … Continue reading

Kay Cannon – Breaking Through the Glass Slipper
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Kay Cannon – Breaking Through the Glass Slipper

Kay Cannon Breaking Through the Glass Slipper By Jay S. Jacobs The beloved fairytale Cinderella has been a family favorite for generations, and it has been the basis – either directly or indirectly – of dozens of films over the years. However, strangely enough men have directed pretty much all of the movies telling this … Continue reading

Chris Pratt, Yvonne Strahovski, JK Simmons, Sam Richardson, Edwin Hodge, Betty Gilpin, Jasmine Mathews, Keith Powers, Zach Dean and Chris McKay – Fighting Today to Save Tomorrow
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Chris Pratt, Yvonne Strahovski, JK Simmons, Sam Richardson, Edwin Hodge, Betty Gilpin, Jasmine Mathews, Keith Powers, Zach Dean and Chris McKay – Fighting Today to Save Tomorrow

Chris Pratt, Yvonne Strahovski, JK Simmons, Sam Richardson, Edwin Hodge, Betty Gilpin, Jasmine Mathews, Keith Powers, Zach Dean and Chris McKay Fighting Today to Save Tomorrow By Jay S. Jacobs What if you learned that the whole world – everyone and everything you know and love – was going to be decimated in 30 years. … Continue reading