Archive for 'Events'
Posted on23. Sep, 2012 by Ben Scuglia.
One of the buzziest films to emerge from the recent L.A. Film Festival is The Iran Job, which follows the controversial decision by professional sports journeyman, Kevin Sheppard, an American, to play professional basketball in the city of Shiraz, Iran, a move that carried no small amount of risk. CLICK HERE for Brave New Hollywood’s interview with Sheppard and The Iran Job director Till Schauder. The [...]
Posted on28. Aug, 2012 by Ben Scuglia.
The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is gearing up for its 37th annual frenzied celebration of all things celluloid. Dozens of filmmakers and actors—and everyone in between—will compete for the attention of the media and movie fans. Organizers promise “a cinephile’s feast” with new movies from Bernardo Bertolucci, Michael Haneke, Hong Sang-Soo, Abbas Kiarastomi, Manoel de Oliveira, and Michael Winterbottom, [...]
Posted on20. Jul, 2012 by Ben Scuglia.
Celeb Buzz: The British pop group McFly is a big-deal success in their native country—Billboard.com notes. 17 top 10 singles and six top 20 albums since 2004—but most Americans don’t have a clue about the handsome quartet of “cheeky lads.” That will change in September when McFly wings it to the U.S. for two intimate concerts on opposite [...]
Posted on21. May, 2012 by Henrick Vartanian.
The youngest director in Cannes Film Festival this year is the 23-year-old Canadian Xavier Dolan. Marching into what many call a brave territory, with his film “Laurence Anyways,” helms a film about a man going through a sex change with the help of his girlfriend. It‘s the third time in Cannes for this young filmmaker. [...]
Posted on28. Feb, 2012 by Henrick Vartanian.
Events: attention music lovers. New music from Los Angeles. Join Darius Lux as he announces the release date for his latest music video for “Way That It Goes” directed by Henrick Vartanian – Watch it premiere on his YouTube channel on March 8, 2012. CLICK HERE to watch a personal invite by the artist. CLICK [...]
Posted on27. Feb, 2012 by Amanda Palasciano.
Events: The Oscars – according to Wiki, “The first awards were presented on May 16, 1929, at a private brunch at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel with an audience of about 270 people. The cost of guest tickets for that night’s ceremony was $5. Fifteen statuettes were awarded, honoring artists, directors and other personalities of the filmmaking industry of [...]
Posted on16. Feb, 2012 by Henrick Vartanian.
On the 21st February Brits In L.A. bring you The Toscars, held at The Supper club in Hollywood. The Queen’s favorite comedian and BAFTA winner Jim Tavare will host this unique and fun event where short parodies of the 9 Oscar nominated films for this year will be judged by a panel of celebrities including multiple Emmy winner and [...]
Posted on30. Jan, 2012 by Mark Daponte.
We all know that the “cool” symbol for a “loser” is an outstretched index finger and thumb. How come there isn’t a symbol for a winner; say, two intersecting thumbs and two outstretched index fingers to form a capital “W?” Well, if this “W” symbol existed, there’d be a lot of “W” fingers at the SAG Awards [...]
Posted on06. Jan, 2012 by Henrick Vartanian.
Tonight, a special screening of ”THE ARTIST” will be followed by a live Q&A with director Michel Hazanavicius, and stars Jean Dujardin, Bérénice Bejo, James Cromwell, Missi Pyle. The Q&A will begin at approximately 9:40pm PST, moderated by KCRW’s Matt Holzman. Watch it it at http://weinsteinco.com/sites/the-artist/