Exclusive: ‘My Father’s Vietnam’ Interview With Director Soren Sorensen

Now available for pre-order on iTunes and Vudu, My Father's Vietnam centers on the experiences of three men who served in the Vietnam War. Director Soren Sorensen initially started the project to learn more about his own father's (Peter Sorensen) experiences in the military, and what evolved over last decade turned into something much larger … Continue reading Exclusive: ‘My Father’s Vietnam’ Interview With Director Soren Sorensen

Exclusive Q&A: Skyler Gisondo Talks ‘Hard Sell’ Journey

  Skyler Gisondo (Vacation, The Amazing Spider-Man) gets his first shot as a leading man with Hard Sell, a coming of age story about Hardy, a high school senior who's trying to take care of his mentally unstable mother (Kristin Chenoweth) and raise a bit of money to pay for the family dog's impending medical … Continue reading Exclusive Q&A: Skyler Gisondo Talks ‘Hard Sell’ Journey

Exclusive: ‘The Adderall Diaries’ Director Pamela Romanowsky Interview

  Pamela Romanowsky makes her feature directing debut with the ambitious and evocative The Adderall Diaries, a project that's based on Stephen Elliott's bestselling memory. On the surface, the story centers on Stephen's fixation with a high-profile murder case (Christian Slater plays the suspect) and the deepening rift between he and his father (the always … Continue reading Exclusive: ‘The Adderall Diaries’ Director Pamela Romanowsky Interview

Exclusive: Julie Delpy Talks ‘Lolo’ & Cinema Journey

  Now playing in select theaters, Lolo centers on Violette (Julie Delpy), a 40-year-old woman who has carved out a successful career in the fashion industry and is also a loving mother to her self-absorbed son Lolo (Vincent Lacoste). When computer software creator Jean-René (an engaging Dany Boon), enters Violette's life, a bond immediately forms … Continue reading Exclusive: Julie Delpy Talks ‘Lolo’ & Cinema Journey

Queen Latifah Discusses Diverse Career & Jazz Love

  As much as staying in one's lane has its benefits, expanding one's creative horizons my be even more important. Throughout her diverse career, Queen Latifah has expressed herself through hip hop, jazz, acting, and producing, proving that complacency isn't one of her traits. She stars with Jennifer Garner in the drama Miracles from Heaven, … Continue reading Queen Latifah Discusses Diverse Career & Jazz Love

Exclusive: Director Kent Jones Talks ‘Hitchcock/Truffaut’

    Now playing in select theaters, Hitchcock/Truffaut centers on the making of one of the most popular books on cinema. Along with culling audio from the actual conversations between filmmakers Alfred Hitchcock and Francois Truffaut, director Kent Jones talks to directors Martin Scorsese, David Fincher, Wes Anderson, and Richard Linklater (among others) about Hitchcock's … Continue reading Exclusive: Director Kent Jones Talks ‘Hitchcock/Truffaut’

Exclusive: Director Billy Ray Talks ‘Secret In Their Eyes’ & Filmmaking

Billy Ray is that rare combination of a successful screenwriter (The Hunger Games, Captain Phillips) who's also a first rate director (Shattered Glass, Breach). His latest movie is "Secret In Their Eyes," a topnotch thriller starring Julia Roberts and Chiwetel Ejiofor, is a remake of the Oscar winning Argentinean feature "El Secreto De Sus Ojos." … Continue reading Exclusive: Director Billy Ray Talks ‘Secret In Their Eyes’ & Filmmaking

Exclusive: Morgan Frazier Follows “Heart” For ‘The Voice’ Live Playoffs

Singing since she was nine and moving from Texas to Nashville at the age of 16, Morgan Frazier has garnered a healthy share of experience in the music industry. Originally on Team Blake and then stolen by Pharrell after the Battle Rounds, Frazier's standout performance of "Even If It Breaks Your Heart" led her back to coach Blake Shelton's team. https://youtu.be/gKMCEUsQI8Q … Continue reading Exclusive: Morgan Frazier Follows “Heart” For ‘The Voice’ Live Playoffs

Exclusive: Evan McKeel Reaches “Higher Ground” On ‘The Voice’

One of this season's most talked about performers, Evan McKeel made a lasting impression during the Blind Auditions. Though he did a great job performing the Mutemath track "Typical," he displayed his diverse vocal skill set with an impromptu rendition of the Stevie Wonder tune "Overjoyed" (Gwen Stefani's reaction was priceless and, from where I sit, justified). McKeel went with Pharrell as … Continue reading Exclusive: Evan McKeel Reaches “Higher Ground” On ‘The Voice’

Exclusive: Mark Hood Climbs “The Voice” Mountain With Unwavering Talent

  It's pretty impossible to give Bill Withers a run for his money, but The Voice artist Mark Hood delivered the goods with his rendition of "Use Me" during the Blind Auditions. With Pharrell as his coach, Hood advanced through the Battle Rounds after a memorable duet with Celeste Betton on "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" (Gwen Stefani described it as her favorite battle). It's a shame Betton didn't … Continue reading Exclusive: Mark Hood Climbs “The Voice” Mountain With Unwavering Talent