Liz Canner’s shocking yet entertaining documentary ORGASM INC. explores the strange science of female pleasure, and in the process reveals the often warped mentality of our pharmaceutical and medical industries. Upbeat, engaging, enlightening, and provocative, ORGASM INC. will change the … Continue reading
Winner: Best Narrative Film Prize Slamdance Film Festival 2011 Luis Pedron: The theme of inside and out, yin and yang, opposites attract pervade your very effective film, I’m intrigued where these related themes came about when you were writing this … Continue reading
Luis Pedron: What attracted you to this material? Hats off to you and your fellow filmmakers for creating such a socially relevant and eye opening film. Van Maximilian Carlson: I was intrigued by the story of Bhopal because it was … Continue reading
Luis Pedron: As owner of the production company SimonSays Entertainment, I am impressed with your vision of helping out films/filmmakers that are indigenous and underrepresented. How and where do you find such projects? Ron Simons: Everywhere. While we get a … Continue reading
In taking Rabbit Hole to the big screen, glamorous Oscar winner Nicole Kidman took an incredible chance in bringing this dark examination of loss and recovery to a much larger audience. But in doing so, it has already garnered her … Continue reading
When I saw the many copies of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo being read on my every subway ride, I knew there was something epochal about it. Eventually, I picked up one and started reading but I put it down and didn’t finished.
When actress Maggie Gyllenhaal talks about Crazy Heart, she does so with a passion that’s both endearing and contagious. Certainly she’s done this movie as much for her soul as for the paycheck and acclaim. And all that has paid off … Continue reading
The Soho International Film Festival NYC 2010 presents a Filipino Film Night sponsored by: GMA Pinoy TV, GMA Life TV and the NYC Mayor’s Office Film Commission Made in NY campaign on Saturday, February 20, 2010 from 2PM – 10PM.
However you assess the New York Film Festival, now in its 47th year, it certainly doesn’t shy away from controversial films or directors. Topping the list this year was Lars Von Trier and his Cannes Golden Palm nominated film, Antichrist. … Continue reading