Louis Sarno was from New Jersey, but he fell in love with the music of the pygmy people of Central Africa. He went there in the mid-1980’s to record their music and returned because he fell in love with their […]
We teach our children not to talk to strangers and then we send them out into the internet where it is impossible to tell strangers from friends. Inspired by real events, “@urFRENZ” was written to help families discuss the complicated […]
This looks like a perfect holiday release. I love the idea of 20 seconds of insane courage!
This makes me very, very happy. For more, check it out on Facebook.
Here’s a glimpse of next year’s upcoming film co-written by George Lucas about the Tuskegee Airmen, “Red Tails.” It stars Terrence Howard, Nate Parker, Byran Cranston, and Brandon T. Jackson. It looks great. Everyone should learn about these great heroes, […]
The technology has changed and the opportunities for women and minorities have widened, but the frustrations of the workplace continue. Take a moment today to thank the working people in your life.
Summer is time for superheroes, remakes, raunchy comedies, and sequels. As the leaves begin to fall, movies get a little more ambitious, a little edgier, a little weightier, with less CGI and a bit more depth. But that doesn’t mean […]
Did you see the first glimpse of “The Hunger Games” on the VMAs? What do you think?
I have five copies of Seven Days in Utopia: Golf’s Sacred Journey, the book behind the upcoming film starring Robert Duvall and Lucas Black in the story of a young pro golfer who learns meaningful lessons from an eccentric rancher in […]
A panel at Disney’s D23 Expo 2011 has revealed some tantalizing details on two upcoming Pixar projects. My friend Brendan Connelly at Cinema Blend reports that The first announced feature, currently operating under the tongue-in-cheek title ofThe Untitled Pixar Movie About […]