When Aaron Davidson was in Grade 11, he won first place in the Jewish Museum of Florida's "South of Fifth, Now & Then" competition for his short about Goldstein's Kosher Butcher Shop. This afternoon, he will be back at the Florida International University-affiliated institution in Miami Beach to sneak preview his latest film, What's My Line.
Sunday, August 30, 2015
Hollywood Blvd. ends - or begins - depending on which way the career flow is ebbing, at Hillhurst Ave. in Los Angeles' Los Feliz district. At this five-way intersection is also Virgil Ave., Sunset Blvd. and Sunset Dr., on the corner of which sits the historic Vista Theater.
Posted by Richard Horgan at 4:13 AM
Saturday, August 22, 2015
After editing a documentary about 1950s-era American life and working as the cinematographer on a pair of projects covering sex workers and a real-life slice of Orange Is The Black, Ellen Grant has directed her first feature project.
Posted by Richard Horgan at 9:24 AM
Saturday, August 15, 2015
Sunday, August 9, 2015
Fifteen years ago, Chris Hughes was among those who paid for a keepsake of The Haçienda, a nightclub that was THE place to hear live music in Manchester in the 1980s and early 1990s. Although some opted for a souvenir urinal (!), Hughes chose instead to pay five pounds for a plank from the dance floor.
Posted by Richard Horgan at 11:46 AM