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Loving all the entries!

Hey Film Makers, As our Early Deadline approaches on March 15th just wanted to say how happy we are with all the entries we are receiving thus far!  Such great storytelling and fantastic work on the screen!  Keep 'em coming and take advantage of the Early Bird discount of $35 dollars...   Frank Festival Director ...

Before Kevin Spacey Locks the Gore Vidal Script for Netflix, A True Story

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent Everyone from Iran to Serbia seems to be bent on letting me know there’s a Gore Vidal biopic in the works starring Kevin Spacey. And while Gore would definitely think Kevin Spacey is hot, one wonders what he would make of another *damnable biopic,* especially about himself now dead since July 31, 2012. He died on my birthday, in keeping with his sour and sweet tone since we met at an event in Beverly Hills.   We had collaborated on a...

Pawn Sacrifice, Review: Check this out, Mate

In the only Urdu/Hindi film he ever made, Indian cinema’s Bengali language grandmaster Satyajit Ray used chess as a metaphor, setting it against the backdrop of the crumbling Navabi rule over Avadh (Lucknow), and its imminent take-over by the British East India company. It was simply called Shatranj Ke Khilari (The Chess Players). Another chess film, a 30-minute short made in 1988, was called Queen Sacrifice. The present film manages with just a pawn sacrifice! Two feature-length recent ...


Former New York Yankee star Joe Pepitone has optioned the rights to his best-selling book “Joe, You Coulda Made us Proud” to Miami based Magic City Pictures. The proposed feature film will be co-produced by Alexia Melocci and Alexandra Yacovlef of Little Studio Films and writer / producer A.J. Ferrara’s Magic City Pictures. The story follows Pepitone’s search for the love and acceptance he never received from a nurturing yet abusive father and down a path of self destruc...

Rick Smolan’s Tracks Keynote Presentation at PPE 2013

By Maria Esteves – January 5, 2014 The 30th Annual 2013 PhotoPlus Expo (PPE 2013) TRACKS: From the Cover of National Geographic to the Silver Screen Keynote Presentation with author and photographer Rick Smolan commenced Saturday, October 26, 12:00 PM at Javits Convention Center, New York. Speaker Rick Smolan discussed his 1977 fascinating photojournalist assignment for National Geographic chronicling the extraordinary Robyn Davidson's nine-month lone journey with her dog and three c...


Director: Raghuram S.
This is Raghu's short biopic (personal narrative) wherein Raghu himself speaks about some of the more significant media and entertainment projects that he has been a part of till 2010.


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