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21 Jul. 2015

Holdsclaw at 35th SF Jewish Film Festival

The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (SFJFF) has a new name– the Jewish Film Institute that will better reflect the cultural initiatives and services they provide, including the world-renowned annual Festival – the first and largest festival of its kind. The repositioning of the institution coincides with the 35th anniversary of the SFJFF, which has […]

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29 Jun. 2015

Double the magic, double the fun

I guess it’s safe to say the ladies of MAGIC MIKE XXL got jiggy wit it, and a good time was had by all, I know I did.  Back in the second film installment of the quintessential girls’ night out–led by People Magazine’s 2012 Sexiest Man Alive–Channing Tatum returns to one of his most memorable […]

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23 Jun. 2015

2015 Africa Movie Academy Awards nominations

Nominees for the 2015 edition of the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA 2015) were revealed during an exclusive dinner event in Beverly Hills to announce that South Africa will be the host country for the 2015 event. The anticipated event will be held outside Nigeria for the first time since the awards were founded in […]

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21 Jun. 2015

Teen classic scores in theaters

Forest Whitaker’s DOPE opens strong at box office; the Academy Award winning actor produced the teen classic. Synopsis: Malcolm (Shameik Moore) is carefully surviving life in a tough neighborhood in Los Angeles while juggling college applications, academic interviews, and the SAT. A chance invitation to an underground party leads him into an adventure that could […]

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13 Jun. 2015

Esteemed career journalist bridges continental divide

Former Network TV Executive charts new course, discovers self abroad Paula Williams Madison has been on a lifelong mission it seems. Harlem born and raised, her measured and ordered steps led to an equal–not so opposite–action, interaction and reaction as told in, “Finding Samuel Lowe:  From Harlem to China,” a compelling documentary that chronicles the […]

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01 Jun. 2015

ENTOURAGE is bigger: more fame, more game

They still travel in a pack—the guys of ENTOURAGE are back in full effect taking advantage of every offer Hollywood has in store with few exceptions.  Recently, cast members assembled in Beverly Hills at the luxurious Montage Hotel to discuss the big-screen version of the fantastic and fanatical moments from the famed, award-winning HBO series. […]

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30 May. 2015

17th San Francisco Black Film Festival

The San Francisco Black Film Festival, June 11-14 is off to a fast and furious start with the sold out world premiere  of “America Is Still the Place” about longtime Bayview resident and businessman, Charlie Walker. “We’re pleased that people are lining up for the festival,” said Kali O’Ray, Co-Director of the San Francisco Black Film […]

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25 May. 2015

SAN ANDREAS rocks, women steady

Born in Hayward, California, raised in Hawaii and having spent considerable time in Florida, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson may know a thing or two about earthquakes, volcanoes and hurricanes, respectively.  Had he not become one of the most successful hero icons in contemporary filmmaking, he surely could have pursued a career as the best looking […]

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22 Apr. 2015

Russell Crowe, this time calling the shots

Russell Crowe is a hero to many and not just in blockbuster films. Recently in Los Angeles to discuss his starring role and directorial debut of the new film, THE WATER DIVINER, the bearded face leading man entered our interview suite carrying baseball-styled caps from the Australian rugby team he owns and helped win their […]

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17 Mar. 2015

Oscar in Common’s space

History teaches that truly great personalities “are so” because they maintain the common touch. Common is a global celebrity ensconced in a grounded aura each time I’ve interviewed the 43-year-old Chicago native, now recipient of a Best Original Song Academy Award for SELMA: deemed America’s reminder of courage in the face of fierce opposition. Lonnie […]

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