New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) is pleased to announce that it will officially co-host 14 films by women and BIPOC creators at the 2022 Tribeca Festival. The festival takes place June 8-19, 2022, both virtually and in-person in New York City.
On this special Hollywood Edition of No Rest for the Weekend, Julie Rowen talks about her experience working for Ron Howard and John Hughes. She gives her advice for creators looking to work in Hollywood, and talks about the future of the entertainment industry.
by William J. Hammon Founder, ActuallyPaid.com Stories about impressionable children coming to terms with the realities of the world around them are nothing new. What separates the best of them, however, comes down to two factors, I think. The first is to make sure that the young protagonist is treated with empathy without pandering or … Continue reading Brooklyn Film Festival – SHAMBALA
On Friday the 25th Edition of the Brooklyn Film Festival kicked off with the premiere of Signs of Love. Executive Director Marco Ursino was on hand and spoke with our own Kayla Vera about the festival's history, it's meaning, and plans for the future.
https://youtu.be/PlsJ_fOUVWE Interview by Kayla Vera No Rest for the Weekend's Kayla Vera interviews some of the cast of the new indie drama Signs of Love: Zoe Bleu, Hoppper Penn, Wass Stevens and Cree Kawa on the red carpet of the Brooklyn Film Festival 2022. For more film festival coverage, follow us here and subscribe to … Continue reading Brooklyn Film Festival- The Cast of SIGNS OF LOVE
There’s always a danger with teachers of the arts that instead of guiding their students to find their own creativity, they insist that their way is the only way and try to mold their students into versions of themselves, becoming more guru than teacher. And sometimes, they just get downright abusive.
This release comes to us from The 2050 Group Publicity It was the summer of 2016, an election year with unrest rumbling through America. There were countless triggers – the murder videos of Philando Castille and Alton Sterling, the counterpunch of Alt-Right and Fake News, Black Lives Matter, Russian meddling – a discordant national cauldron … Continue reading KAEPERNICK & AMERICA Premieres at the 2022 Tribeca Festival
https://youtu.be/MNlhHx5_uyw Narrated by Jason Godbey On this episode, we go behind the scenes of our latest video, Street Shooter: New York City, the third video in the Street Shooter series. We made the previous Street Shooter videos for our camera reviews of the Sony FX3 and the Sony A7S Mark II with cinema lenses. The … Continue reading Episode 1112: No Budget Filmmaking
Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF) is fast approaching and has an incredible film lineup for its 25th edition, themed “Unthinkable.” On June 3rd, BFF will open the festival with an in-person, World Premiere screening, of the powerful and nuanced coming of age crime drama-thriller, “Signs of Love” written and directed by Clarence Fuller, and produced by David Michaels, starring Hopper Jack Penn (Flag Day), Dylan Penn (Flag Day, Elvis & Nixon), Zoë Bleu, Rosanna Arquette (The L Word, Ratched, Crash), Cree Kawa, and Wass Stevens. All of the key cast and crew, as well as the writer and director, Clarence Fuller, will be in attendance Friday night.
Last Thursday a new OTT platform known as Aperteur Network held a launch party at Haswell Greens in New York City. The event announced the soft launch of the platform which has been in beta since last year.