When her father goes missing during a mountaineering expedition, Lindsey Lou (Jillian Clare) sets out to find him – only, she’s the least qualified candidate to do so. “Pretty Broken” follows Lindsey’s journey as she struggles with the loss of her father, and deals with how life and family can be challenging (and funny). Directed by Brett Eichenberger, the film recently premiered at Newport Beach Film Festival.
“The Depths” blew audiences away at the Manhattan Film Festival where it won Best Feature Film. Telling the story of two men desperate for success, “The Depths” follows wannabe screenwriters Mickey Hansen (Patch Darragh, “Sully”) and Ray Ferguson (Michael Rispoli, “Sopranos”) who decide to fully explore the depths of murder and crime as part of their writing process.
Blackmagic Design Presents: History of Country Music – Filmmaker Cole Claassen Captures the Past (Retrospective/Case Study)
How does a chance encounter bring about an on-the-spot decision to make a feature-length documentary? For Cole Claassen it all started with country music.
The Cover Up: Ex-employees Bring Awareness to Discrimination within Texas through Film [USER ARTICLE/VIDEO]
Fed up with the lack of respect, fed up with being mistreated, and fed up with the company refusing to put their foot down, Rogers took to the camcorder. With the help of friends, she managed to get footage by using hidden cameras.
Adam Sandler is many things. To start off, he’s a comedian, starting out with a career in stand up and quickly transitioning to television, joining Saturday Night Live during its 90’s renaissance. He’s a film icon, gaining his massive army of fans in his transition to cinema with 90’s cult classics like Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore, and the Wedding Singer. He’s also accomplished what very few actors have: he’s his own franchise. People check out the latest action movie, the latest romantic comedy, and the latest Adam Sandler movie. However, to most film buffs, intellectuals, and critics, Adam Sandler is one thing and one thing only: a joke. And not even a funny one.
Yikes! Is my funny movie a sexual Typhoid Mary? I never wanted to cause a sex disorder with my future film - maybe just jostle people’s sexual rituals a bit. But traumatic reactions are multiplying like chlamydia cultures. Eight people have exhibited a strain of P.T.S.D. (I’m talking Porn Traumatic Suspicion Disorder, not the garden variety P.T.S.D.), when exposed to my movie.