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I was honored to be mentioned Filmmaker Magazine’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film.” Take a peek. And check out the full page photo & article in FILMMAKER MAGAZINE. (On select news stands.)
SEE KINYARWANDA IN THEATERS!!!
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Beautiful journey. I wouldn’t call myself a Woody Allen fan per se but I am now…or at least I am a fan of this simple, eloquent, fun, and intelligent film. I have my critique but we can talk about that when I see you next…Check it out. Midnight in ParisView Permalink
SOMEBODY TO LOVE is one of 12 films chosen to participate in the Tribeca All Access Program 2011. To learn more click the link for article:View Permalink
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Jon Reiss spits knowledge on Major & Minor Festival Prep. A must read for indie filmmakers. Notice his mention of KINYWANDA. Join us on Facebook & become a part of our distribution plan.View Permalink
Honored, humbled, and proud of our entire cast and crew, as well as all those who have supported along the way. Thanks mom!
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To understand the very nature of media and politics in the United States one does not have to look much further than Elia Kazan’s A FACE IN THE CROWD. I recently watched it after much time ‘planning too’ and was blown away by Kazan’s direction, the cinematography (camera placement to be precise), the performances of all the actor’s particularly the work of Patricia Neal, and the writing of Bud Schulberg. The film also stars Andy Griffith and Anthony Franciosa.
I knew the concept but still went into this one pretty blind and so should you. The trailer and synopsis, in my opinion, give to much of the film away. However, it is still a worthwhile journey. See this prophetic film to understand the presidency of George W. Bush, the fame and success of Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Sarah Palin, Snooki and to a greater extent the way politics, business, media and entertainment have become entangled.
The political context of the film is a part of the reason Schulberg & Kazan put so much into this one. Like much of Kazan’s more intense work, it was produced after they were swept up in the anti-communist movement led by Senator Joseph McCarthy and the House of Un-American Activities Committee investigations. That is an aspect of Kazan and Shulberg’s journey worth looking further into. Art born out of the true complexities of life is always far more interesting. A FACE IN THE CROWD is one piece of such art that should not be overlooked. In fact, it should be required.View Permalink
Film director & Plainfield native Alrick Brown will be the keynote speaker for Plainfield’s Promise. Alrick will speak on defining success & show highlights of his upcoming movie. Please contact me if interested in attending and let’s show our kids we care and will help protect, provide and prepare them. October 30, 11……-2 pm at Washington school in Plainfield, New Jersey.
A 2010 Plainfield Police Athletic League Youth Exposure Event
Co-sponsored by Omega Psi Phi – Omicron Chi Chapter, Wazito Freestyle, Tiaras Crowns & Mother to SonView Permalink