WILBRAHAM – “There is probably no greater thing for a screenwriter to be able to say than ‘my movie is having a premiere in Los Angeles,’” Wilbraham resident Layla O’Shea said of her film “Just Say Goodbye,” a drama in which a teen learns her best friend plans to attempt suicide. The premiere was at the Regency Theater, Valley Plaza 6 in North Hollywood and was followed by a week-long Los Angeles screening. The film was released in May and, while O’Shea doesn’t know how many people have seen the movie, she did say that the 106-minute film had been streamed for 90,000 minutes in the first month. Aside from the excitement around the premiere and early success of the movie, the sensitive topic has inspired strong reactions. O’Shea said people have come up to her in tears after seeing the movie and shared their own stories around suicide. If nothing else, she said, she wants the movie to “make people realize they have … [Read more...] about Locally-made movie has premiere in Los Angeles, wins awards
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By Jim Farber | PUBLISHED: October 2, 2018 at 2:42 pm | UPDATED: October 2, 2018 at 2:42 pm The Los Angeles Philharmonic’s 100th season-opening celebration was a bash for the books. Conducted by Gustavo Dudamel, it filled the Walt Disney Concert Hall on Thursday with a potpourri of less than traditional musical offerings, spilled out onto Grand Avenue for a champagne-flowing block party that literally lit up the hall, and ended late into the night swaying to the sophisticated rhythms of Pink Martini! There was not a single note of Beethoven, Brahms, Bach, Mahler or Mozart to be heard. Instead, the evening’s tasting menu, titled “California Soul,” celebrated the orchestra’s association with California’s most notable composer, John Adams; Los Angeles’ most irreverent genius, Frank Zappa; along with music from the movies and songs by the Doors and the Beach Boys, culminating in a confetti-falling, sing-along rendition of “Good … [Read more...] about Beat LA! Los Angeles Philharmonic’s 100th birthday gala rocks!
Tim Cash, Far From Earth Films The Astronot is a feature film drama set during the 1960’s space race, directed and co-produced by Oregon filmmaker Tim Cash. Making this film sometimes felt like an impossible task but we made it to the end and I’m super proud of what we created with very little resources and support.”— Tim Cash, Far From Earth Films (Director of The Astronot)KLAMATH FALLS, OR, UNITED STATES, September 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The Astronot, currently on the film festival circuit, is screening at the Klamath Independent Film Festival in Klamath Falls, OR. The feature film is an Official Selection in the Oregon Feature Film category and will show at the Pelican Cinema on Saturday, September 15 at 1:25 PM. The film has already won dozens of awards worldwide but this is the premiere screening in Oregon. The feature film is a drama set during the space race of the 1960’s, was written/scored/starring/co-produced by Pennan … [Read more...] about The Astronot’s Oregon Premiere Screening at Klamath Independent Film Festival is on Saturday, September 15
By Madalyn Mendoza, mySanAntonio.com Published 10:09 am CDT, Thursday, September 6, 2018 feliznyc: Just YES @grandhotelabc #carolina #redcarpet #upfronts #yes feliznyc: Just YES @grandhotelabc #carolina #redcarpet #upfronts #yes Photo: Instagram, Twitter Screengrabs feliznyc:FELIZ CUMPLEAÑOS TO MY STUNNING TV MAMI!!!!! @roselyn_sanchez. I am so grateful for all you’ve taught me during our time together as partners in crime te extraño muchísimo, espero que has tenido un día bellísima mucho amor y besitos less feliznyc:FELIZ CUMPLEAÑOS TO MY STUNNING TV MAMI!!!!! @roselyn_sanchez. I am so grateful for all you’ve taught me during our time together as partners in crime te extraño muchísimo, espero que has tenido ... more Photo: Instagram, Twitter Screengrabs feliznyc: Being strong at my 1st day … [Read more...] about San Antonio native starring in upcoming ABC series produced by Eva Longoria
Raise a hand if you’ve read this before: A major Hollywood studio plans to turn the epic story of Kamehameha the Great into a major motion picture with Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson in the lead role. ASSOCIATED PRESS Dwayne Johnson attended the Los Angeles premiere of “Central Intelligence” at the Regency Village Theater in 2016. Johnson announced on Instagram today that he will play King Kamehameha in Warner Brothers and New Line’s upcoming film, “The King.” Raise a hand if you’ve read this before: A major Hollywood studio plans to turn the epic story of Kamehameha the Great into a major motion picture with Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson in the lead role. The latest development in the long and tortuous effort to bring Hawaii’s most famous alii to the big screen broke on today when Johnson announced on Instagram that he would assume the lead role in Warner Bros./New Line Cinema’s upcoming film, … [Read more...] about Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson to play Kamehameha in new movie