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Jan. & Feb. 2015 at TCM's Movie Morlocks


Links to my writing at TCM’s official Movie Morlocks blog in January & February.

15 FAVORITE FILMS FROM 2014
Excerpt: “I know what you’re thinking. 832 more words

Movie Reviews

MANISH MUNDRA'S DRISHYAM / SUNDANCE INSTITUTE SCREENWRITERS LAB, 2015 CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR THEIR FIRST EDITION

Manish Mundra’s film production company, Drishyam, in partnership with Sundance Institute, is organising Dhrishyam – Sundance Institute Screenwriters Lab 2015 to be held in Goa April 12-16.The Lab is inviting applications as a part of its Open Submission Process. 548 more words

Events

NativeFest coming of age with mature content

CALIFORNIA – After 13 festivals, the Agua Caliente Museum’s Native FilmFest is coming of age.

The six-day showcase of indigenous peoples launches Tuesday evening with a panel discussion on “The Impact of the Sundance Institute on the Development of Native Film.” 112 more words

Events

Beyond the Canvas with John L. Smith, Jr.

John is a gentleman, a scholar, and an entertainer. Always polite and easy to get along with, John will engage you in witty conversation at your first meeting with him. 2,130 more words

Artist Interviews

"Emily's Oz" From Comcast/Xfinity Is Stunning

“Emily’s Oz” is a big hit after debuting on the Oscars tonight. And for good reason. The story of 7-year-old Emily, who was born blind and describes what she “sees” during The Wizard of Oz is interesting and visually enchanting. 31 more words

Abby @ The Oscars - #1

As promised, through the rest of the day we’ll take a look at the Academy Awards through the eyes of Abigail Phelps. Her first trip to the Oscars accompanied her first nomination, which happened to be for her first acting role ever. 1,472 more words

Abigail Phelps

Robert Redford Delivers Taut Suspense, Special Effects Add Realism, to Fast-paced "All Is Lost"

The indie movie of 2013 — “All Is Lost”— is actually a motion picture time warp, for it is basically a silent film. It came out eighty-six years after the first Hollywood talkie, “The Jazz Singer,” starring Al Jolson crooning “Mammy” in black face. 1,125 more words

2013 Oscars