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David Mamet MasterClass Officially Available Today

In his first-ever MasterClass, David Mamet (Glengarry Glen Ross, Speed-the-Plow, The Duck Variations, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, American Buffalo) will share insights from his acclaimed career as a Pulitzer Prize winning playwright and two-time Academy Award© and Tony nominee. Students... Continue Reading →

Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower Opens May 26

Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower is the winner of this year’s Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival.  Directed by Joe Piscatella, it is a chronicle of one young man risking his own future for a greater good. When the Chinese... Continue Reading →

‘Freedom To Marry’ Digital Release

Civil rights doc The Freedom To Marry will release digitally (VOD and platforms including iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play. ) on June 6th via Ro*Co Films in the U.S. and Canada. This is the epic, untold story of how same-sex... Continue Reading →

2017 Oscar By The Numbers: Fun Facts

The 89th Academy Awards is just four days away. Here's a Fun Facts  info-graphic about the 2017 Oscars from WalletHub . Some notable highlights you'll find are: 1st: Year in which black actors were nominated in every acting category. 21st: Nomination by... Continue Reading →

Actresses Wear Ethical Oscars Fashion

Critically acclaimed actresses Emma Roberts (Scream Queens, Palo Alto) and Priyanka Bose (Lion) will be supporting the eco-friendly campaign Red Carpet Green Dress (RCGD) initiative this year.  Both Roberts and Bose will wear exclusive pieces from Atelier Swarovski’s first fine... Continue Reading →

Rose and the Rime True to Themes

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move It's true that sometimes in the most screwed up, unfair and strange ways, fables, fairy tales and myths teach us about good and evil, vice and virtue, right and wrong.  Sometimes, there's a... Continue Reading →

How To Undress In Front of Your Husband

A new video-performance remake "How to Undress In Front Of Your Husband", replicated from a 1960s ‘how to’ video, depicts the do’s and don’ts of female disrobing, while highlighting the absurdity of its creation in the first place.

Andrew Winghart Unleashes a ‘River of Women’

Critically acclaimed Los Angeles-based contemporary dance choreographer, Andrew Winghart, released his newest body of work entitled Cry Me A River to the Justin Timberlake song by the same name - Just in time for the famed pop-star’s birthday. Using a... Continue Reading →

I Went to Jamaica and Made a Mixtape

There's a lot in the works from CNNCTD projects and collaborations to things that will look (and taste) better than any #foodcloseups. That's a promise. Quick story - There was a place called Fun Time USA. Growing up they had... Continue Reading →

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