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Benefit: The Show Must Go On

A new documentary film, The Show Must Go On, will be presented on Monday, August 9, 2021 at Broadway’s Majestic Theatre, home of The Phantom of the Opera, to benefit and celebrate the work of The Actors Fund in this one-night only presentation. The Film is presented by Theater director Sammi Cannold (Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Hollywood & Entertainment), Emmy Award®-winning filmmaker Dori Berinstein (ShowBusiness: The Road to Broadway), WYSIWYG Studios, CEO Kwan-Woo Park and Elizabeth Armstrong.
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2022 NFL Draft Prospect Interview: Dontae Mason, DB, Delaware Valley University

What made you decide you wanted to be a football player?. What first piqued my interest into wanting to play football is because I watched my dad play it growing up and I wanted to be like him so that was my mindset. However, as I continue to get older I have a different reasoning. Football gives me an outlet to be free. It’s my way of therapy without actually talking about what it is I’m going through.
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Deepfakes in New Bourdain Doc Raise Questions Around AI Ethics in FIlm

In Roadrunner, a documentary released Friday about the life of chef Anthony Bourdain, viewers hear Bourdain saying, “You are successful, and I am successful, and I’m wondering: Are you happy?”. But Bourdain never said that. Those words were from an email the chef sent to a friend before his suicide...
Seattle, WAseattlemag.com

Why Seattle is the Place to be for Film

This story is featured in the July issue of Seattle magazine. Subscribe here to access the print edition. Filming blockbuster movies and popular TV shows in Seattle creates buzz and nationwide exposure. The real strengths of the local film industry, however, are the local, indie, grassroots filmmakers and writers. “We...
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Munich Film Up! Offers Bavarian Launching Pad for Emerging Filmmakers (EXCLUSIVE)

The Pop Up Film Residency, a mentorship program founded by former TorinoFilmLab artistic director Matthieu Darras and Slovak producer Juraj Krasnohorsky, will be the exclusive and creative partner of Munich Film Up!, a new initiative by Munich’s University of Film and Television in partnership with the Munich Intl. Festival of Film Schools and the Munich Film Festival.

Michael Gentile's Paris-Based The Film to Produce 'Farewell Caracas,' 'Et Maintenant, Le Feu,' Julie Delpy's Next Film (EXCLUSIVE)

Michael Gentile’s Paris-based The Film, the banner behind Julie Delpy’s upcoming show “On the Verge,” is developing a string of projects with emerging filmmakers, notably Yaël Cojot-Goldberg’s “Farewell Caracas” and Mehdi Fikri’s drama “Et maintenant, le feu.”. The company is also producing Danielle Arbid’s “Des châteaux qui brûlent,” based on...

‘Black Widow’ is Crushing Pandemic Box Office Records

Take that Stephen Dorff! Black Widow opened in theaters and on Disney+ yesterday and already it is killing it at the box office! According to figures released by Variety . The film earned $39.5 million from 4,160 theaters yesterday alone. This makes it the biggest single day gross since pre COVID 19. Estimates are now in that the film starring Scarlett Johansson will rake in an impressive $87.8...
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Léa Seydoux Tests Positive for COVID-19, May Miss Cannes Film Festival

Léa Seydoux, one of France’s most famous actors, may miss the Cannes Film Festival after testing positive for COVID-19. Seydoux has been fully vaccinated but she tested positive while working on a film, her publicist Christine Tripicchio confirmed Saturday. She is asymptomatic and isolating at home in Paris, hoping that negative tests on consecutive days could allow her to still attend the festival in the south of France.

Month-Long Filmmaking Camp Sparks Creativity for Indigenous Students

"Want to build a film company with me?" Billings Urban Indian Health and Wellness Center hosted a month-long filmmaking camp for Indigenous students. Cadence Rondeaux-Hickman is 17 years old. She and her team of other young filmmakers have been working for four weeks to produce their first film. “We chose...
Springfield, MAwesternmassnews.com

Make-A-Wish grants Springfield boy's wish, allowing him to peruse film goals

SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM)-- A special presentation took place in Springfield Sunday, where the Make-A-Wish foundation is helping to make one young boy’s dream come true. “This is definitely going to help progress his dream,” said Rainey Leverett, mother of Daeshawn Leverett. 10-year-old Daeshawn Leverett was diagnosed with Sickle Cell Disease,...

Rare Seydou test positive, may miss Cannes Film Festival

Cannes – One of France’s most famous actors, Léa Seydou, may miss the Cannes Film Festival after a positive COVID-19 test. Although Seydoux is fully vaccinated, she tested positive while working on the film, her spokeswoman Christine Tripicchio confirmed on Saturday. She is asymptomatic, isolated at her home in Paris, and with consecutive days of negative tests, she hopes she can continue to attend the festival in Southern France.