In Good Taste documentary to World Premiere at United Nations World Food Day on October 16th, 2020. The film is part of Food and Agriculture Organization’s World Food Day celebrations taking place online.
Titled “Unspeakable,” this public service announcement is charged with bringing awareness to the voices of the Deaf community and their support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
The powerful and timely feature documentary film Don’t Be Nice from Radio Drama Network is now available on DVD and will be available on Apple TV, On Demand, and EST/TVOD everywhere on July 21st. The acclaimed film follows a New York City team of young African American, Afro-Hispanic, and queer slam poets as they fight to find the words to speak their truths to a nation awakening in Black Lives Matter protest and on the brink of a general election.
Europe is beginning to come out of lockdown and in a few weeks, travelling for pleasure will be an option once again. However, no matter how much we wish the situation was different, our holidays this year will be different. It’s important to consider your options in a new light, so here are a few suggestions to make the most of your next summer holiday.
I was a little nervous about reviewing Cats. I’m not a critic–just a simple lover of musicals, cats, and musicals about cats. But it turns out I didn’t have anything to worry about because Cats is impossible to review.
One Of A Kind 2018 Winter artisan show and sale is the Comic-con for craft lovers. Every year for decades–literally decades–I’ve looked forward to the annual holiday show jam packed with 800 professional artisans from across the country and sometimes beyond.
Just like its namesake predecessor, participants at Woofstock in Toronto’s Woodbine Park need to pee freely. Good thing Woofstock is outside. Unlike Woodstock, though, participants aren’t fee loving hippies but fee spirited dogs–fur babies to many canine crazy pup parents heading to North America’s largest outdoor dog festival this weekend.
I first fell in love with podcasts in the days of Lost and Battlestar Galactica. Each of those series embraced the medium and had official podcasts hosted by their executive producers that offered more insight into the series. It was like a commentary track but even better, since you didn’t have to wait for the eventual DVD release. I started podcasting in 2008 about the show True Blood, and started a Vampire Diaries podcast the following year. It was a way for a group of fans–and some of us who straddled the line between fandom and TV blogging–to discuss each episode of the show in depth, or talk about theories and predictions.
I woke with a burning in my soul to scream, GO BE. To the women who have come before, those emerging now and those that will continue to create, I applaud you all with exuberance. This is not to say I overlook or disregard the enormous inequality in our daily lives; but it is time to say, GO BE. GO BE a part of the change you want to see on the screen and in society.
This has been… a year. There are almost no words to describe the heartbreak and hope and anger that has taken over our lives, yet when I gathered with a group of local filmmakers last weekend the words didn’t stop.