https://youtu.be/4YlT-L7POyQ Hosted by Jason Godbey On this episode we look into the world of independent movie theaters. Illyse Singer, Director of the Roxy Cinema talks about the realities of running an indie theater in New York City. Follow us here for more great content, subscribe to our YouTube channel or find us on your preferred podcast app.
From Chris Pine’s Barry Linen Motion Pictures, comes a comedy about the ups and downs of modern pregnancy Troian Bellisario (“Pretty Little Liars”) stars in this delightfully dry and witty comedy about a pregnant couple who reluctantly hires a male doula, from director Cheryl Nichols (“Cortez”). After dating for a matter of months, thirty-somethings Deb … Continue reading Movie Release News-DOULA Coming to Digital/On Demand June 20th
https://youtu.be/Dv4EzI0FYH4 Hosted by Jason Godbey On this episode producer/director team John Campbell and Skinner Myers talk about the making of their film, The Sleeping Negro. John Campbell has appeared multiple times on No Rest for the Weekend. His first appearance was back in 2019 to talk about his HBO documentary, The Infamous Future. Follow us … Continue reading Episode 1106: John Campbell & Skinner Myers
Proceeds will benefit the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. The Katra Film Series unveiled the programming for its 11th installment propagating its commitment to underscoring evocative works from diverse and emerging storytellers from around the globe. From April 19th to the 20th, featuring over two dozen screenings, film fans can discover why the festival is top-rated … Continue reading 11th KATRA FILM SERIES RETURNS EVOCATIVE LINEUP APRIL 19-20
https://youtu.be/IUOK4Jf9mYs Hosted by Jason Godbey On this episode producer/director Camille Hardman talks about her documentary, Still Working 9 to 5. It's the story of the making of the film, 9 to 5 starring Dolly Parton, Lilly Tomlin, and Jane Fonda. We first reported on Still Working 9 to 5 on our recent film festival preview … Continue reading Episode 1105: Camille Hardman
150 film premieres will screen from June 3-12. BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, April 12, 2022 - Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF), New York’s longest running international-competitive film festival, is proud to announce its 25th edition, Unthinkable. BFF, a Canadian Screen Award qualifying festival, received 2,694 films from 91 Countries for its 25th edition, and will program the … Continue reading Brooklyn Film Festival Announces In-Person and Virtual Screenings for its 25th Edition: Unthinkable
If this sounds an awful lot like Romancing the Stone (1984), it is, but stupider. At least in that movie the heroine had to contend with drug dealers, which are an actual thing. In The Lost City, the characters are cartoonish, not even rising to the level of stereotype, and the ruins on the island look like some vague mish-mash of Mayan or Aztec architecture with ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs.
https://youtu.be/Unxc0-_suKA Hosted by Jason Godbey On this episode actor/filmmaker, Lukas Hassel (The Blacklist) talks about his work in the Shudder original film, Slapface, and the indie series, Couple of Guys. To learn more about Slapface, read our review and check out our interview with director Jeremiah Kipp, and to find out more about Couple of … Continue reading Episode 1104: Lukas Hassel
https://youtu.be/ZMvyn-rRmxA Ensemble Drama with Fatima Ptacek, Melissa Leo, & Cristela Alonzo Hits Theaters & VOD April 8, 2022 Coast, a coming-of-age drama about a chance encounter that turns into a journey of self-discovery, will release in theaters and on VOD April 8th. The film’s vibrant ensemble cast is anchored by Fatima Ptacek (longtime voice of … Continue reading CINEDIGM Set to Release COAST