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The Global Film Village: On the Red Carpet at LA Film Festival by Marla Lewin

An impressive group of independent filmmakers are premiering their new films at the LA Film Festival. Films as diverse as the labor struggle of banana workers in Nicaragua to ghosts haunting a family in upstate New York to a Mexican town without water or the fate of Pluto. The festival runs through next weekend.

The Global Film Village: Wa Do Dem at LA Film Festival 2009 by Marla Lewin

Last night a small feature screened at the Los Angeles Film Festival that delivered on its promise. It was the story of a young man's misadventures in Jamaica, the people he met on his journey and the music of the island. Not a perfect film but a solid independent effort that accomplishes it goals and shows skill and promise of what might come from these filmmakers in the future. While you are watching this poor soul ...

The Global Film Village: All Tomorrow's Parties at the LA Film Festival by Marla Lewin

Chatted with Jonathan Caouette whose debut feature TARNATION won critical praise several years ago. His new film takes on the British music scene with weekend festivals at Holiday Camps including scads of well-known bands. It plays next week at the John Ford Amphitheatre.

The Global Film Village: At The Weather Girl Premiere at LA Film Festival by Marla Lewin

We spoke with Marin Hinkle, who currently stars as Judith (Harper) on the number one comedy "Two and a Half Men" on CBS. She said this movie was one of the few good things that occurred during last year's WGA strike. The film was cast with such an amazing group of actors because friends were able to get together and make this movie during the strike. The film played to an enthusiastic and appreciative audi ...

Michael Bay talks about Transformers at Showest 2009

Michael Bay's TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN which includes new state of the art special effects should capture huge B.O. and many screens this summer.Some industry insiders believe that it may break major box office records during it's 5 day opening weekend on June 24.

The Global Film Village: CLIO Honorary Award Winner Barry Manilow by Marla Lewin

Barry Manilow accepts Honorary Clio award and plays some of his most famous and well known jingles.