Acclaimed photographer Nilangana “Olive” Banerjee takes an insightful look at the violent and sometimes sexual themes of nursery rhymes in the upcoming photo exhibit “Lullaby,” set to tour next year. “I learned long ago that these nursery rhymes that we’re all familiar with are very violent and very disturbing and really not suitable for children,” Banerjee […]
A MAN CALLED OVE IS THE NUMBER ONE FOREIGN LANGUAGE ARTHOUSE RELEASE OF THE YEAR A Man Called Ove, Sweden’s most successful domestic film of all time, is now this year’s top grossing foreign language arthouse film in the U.S. with over 200 engagements in all major markets and a projected box office of over […]
Set in a lavish brothel in 19th Century Paris, “Maison Close” is an irresistible drama series following the women of “The Paradise,” an infamous bordello.
Director Heidi Philipsen shares the Darcey in all of us, coming in 2016 “This is Nowhere”
Honoring Our Muses, Celebrating Women, Accepting Our Challenges To Achieve Success – In a New York Minute “The word Muse has a different meaning for a man then for a woman,” something along those lines were said by Emmy-award winning actress, Patricia Clarkson, during her speech at New York Women in Film & Televisions‘ 2015 […]
Comedy Makers: Tales From The Dark Side” presented at Carolines on Broadway on November 10, 2015 Featuring Stephanie Laing, Elisa Zuritsky, Jill Kargman, Barbara Gaines and Susan Fales-Hill, moderated by LIzz Winstead.
Reminiscent of “This is Spinal Tap,” and “Best in Show,” Jonathan Bray’s new indie film “The Walkaround” is an entertaining satire that brings the laughs much like the aforementioned predecessors.