Sony Pictures Classics Filmmaker Woody Allen says he’s not very interested in making movies anymore, citing the rise of streaming and the death of movie theaters. Speaking to Alec Baldwin during an appearance on Instagram Live on Tuesday to promote his ‘Zero Gravity’ collection of comedicRead More →

It’s been an agonizing wait Westworld Season 4 fans took a longer break than expected to hit the screens, but the show is back with more haunting reshoots. We discuss the Season 4 soundtrack, reveal what the closing song for Episode 1 was, and provide an episode guide to theRead More →

Decentralized finance refers to a financial system that merges the services provided by traditional banks with next-generation technologies such as blockchain and cryptocurrency. Thanks to these unique foundations, DeFi is able to meet the needs of businesses and consumers, giving them access to loans, savings and checking accounts, trading, interestRead More →

For all sports movie enthusiasts, Disney+ is bringing the highly anticipated sports movie “Rise” to the screens. The typical story of sports movies is usually not just the sports but also their entire journey, which always attracts fans to watch it. The screenplay was written by renowned Hollywood screenwriter ArashRead More →

Sony Pictures Classics new movie The Phantom of the Open hits theaters in June and tells the true story of Maurice Flitcroft, a licensed crane operator who, at the age of 46, made his way to the British Open in 1976 without having played a round of golf from hisRead More →

New York, June 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Payday Loans Market 2022-2026” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06285009/?utm_source=GNW Our Payday Loans Market report provides comprehensive analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, and vendor analysis covering around 25 vendors.The report offers an up-to-dateRead More →

For anyone interested in becoming a documentary filmmaker, Jennifer Tiexiera and Camilla Hall’s 90-minute documentary “Subject” should be mandatory. “Subject” explores the ethical responsibilities non-fiction filmmakers face when they decide to capture people, often the most vulnerable, thereby forever locking them into a moment that will live on through theRead More →

Screenwriter Tony Spiridakis during a Manhattan Film Institute session at Brecknock Hall in Greenport. (Courtesy picture) While leading the Manhattan Film Institute in Greenport this summer, screenwriter Tony Spiridakis will prepare a new film to begin filming this fall starring Bobby Cannavale and Robert De Niro. The Greenport resident pennedRead More →

Grammy Award-winning artist CeeLo Green can now add the title “doctor” to her name. The “Crazy” artist received an honorary doctorate in humanitarianism from the Global Alliance International University. Green gives his music and overall positive vibe the top honor. “I think what I’ve been able to accomplish in myRead More →

For his feature directorial debut, actor Mark O’Brien couldn’t have chosen a more important subject. “I’ve always been interested in stories of damnation and God and the devil and your soul because that’s what’s at stake,” he said in a Zoom interview. “There is nothing greater than that.” He notRead More →

Geoff Barrow and Ben Salisbury have proven to be masterful architects of intricate and artful cinematic scores. Their abilities emerge from their complementary talents: Barrow is famous for his distinctly brooding and sultry drum-laden sounds (notably with Portishead), while Salisbury is an Emmy-nominated television and film composer, deftly attuned toRead More →

Jasper, Indiana—In 94 action-packed pages, Kevin Schewe bad love tigers won the award for BEST SHORT SCENARIO at the Silver Mask Festival in Los Angeles, California. The bad love tigers The screenplay was just released on the international screenplay circuit at the end of February 2022 and has already wonRead More →

Set in a turbulent phase of Northern Ireland’s history, Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast sets up black-and-white coming-of-age vibes. The panoramic montage of modern Belfast from the start provides a fascinating contrast to the film that follows. The brief sequence is among several that Kenneth Branagh shot in color for his black-and-whiteRead More →