Sunday, October 4, 2015

Former CNN Anchor Prepares for Bittersweet World Premiere

On the afternoon of Wednesday, September 23rd, New York-based filmmaker Nick Louvel delivered a print of his new documentary The Uncondemned to the headquarters of the 2015 Hamptons International Film Festival. A few hours later, just past 1 a.m. Thursday, he veered off the road in East Hampton and was pronounced dead after being airlifted from the scene of the single-car accident to a nearby hospital.

Three Young Environmentalists Inspired by Harry Potter

"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing's going to get better. It's not"

Saturday, September 26, 2015

A Worthy Group of Midwest Emmy Nominees

The 2015 nominees in the Upper Midwest Emmys category of Best Documentary: Historical are about as far away as imaginable from all that Hollywood TV awards season politicking that just culminated at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The winner will be announced in Bloomington, Minnesota Saturday October 3rd.*

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Innocent NYPD Detectives Doc Wins Another Prize

At the close of this year's DOCUTAH International Documentary Film Festival in St. George, Utah, a big winner at the Saturday Raven Awards ceremony was Once Upon a Crime: The Borrelli-Davis Conspiracy, collecting awards for Best Feature Film and Best Editing. The movie tell the story of two retired NYPD detectives falsely convicted and imprisoned for a Colorado murder.

Monday, September 7, 2015

Soca Music Star Segues to the Silver Screen

Just how long has it been since director Todd Kessler was last on the PR forefront? Well, on his IMDb page, the "official site" link currently points to a mothballed Myspace page.