LOS ANGELES ASIAN PACIFIC FILM FESTIVAL IS SET TO BRING AN INCREDIBLE COLLECTION OF ASIAN AND ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN FILMS CELEBRATING 34 YEARS BY PRESENTING 118 FILMS FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE FOR THE 2018 EDITION MAY 3 – MAY 12, 2018

THE  FESTIVAL KICKS OFF ASIAN PACIFIC HERITAGE MONTH OF MAY WITH AWARD WINNING FILMS, WORLD PREMIERES, LOS ANGELES PREMIERES, AND MILESTONE FILM EVENTS HIGHLIGHTING COMMUNITIES WORLDWIDE Since 1983, the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival has presented over 4,000 films, videos, and digital mediaworks by Asian international and Asian Pacific American artists, and additionally features…

2017 Slamdance Festival to Showcase 11 Narrative and 8 Documentary Features Lineup Spotlights 8 Directorial Debuts From Women Filmmakers

The Slamdance Film Festival announced today their Narrative and Documentary Feature Film Competition programs for its 23rd Festival edition, taking place in Park City from January 20-26, 2017. Driven by a dedication to emerging artists, Slamdance continues to be the premiere film festival by filmmakers, for filmmakers. Established in 1995, Slamdance is dedicated to discovering…

Film Review Of 2016 Dances With Films Feature, “LILITH’S AWAKENING”

By: Vernon Nickerson Lucy  Is On Top in Monica Demes’s Feature Film, “Lilith’s Awakening”   In “Lilith’s Awakening”, Writer, Director, Monica Demes film noir homage to Dracula, the Vampire is Lucy’s alter-ego portrayed with style and silent film acting panache by Barbara Eugenia. Plot-meets-13th Century rabbinical Lilith literature as our 21st Century heroine Lucy (…

A review of 2016 Slamdance Film “HUNKY DORY”

By : Alystar McKenneh-O’Neil   Hollywood is full of those performers who didn’t make it and end up scratching their way through the day pimping and prostituting themselves just to be able to continue the lies they tell themselves on a daily basis. I am relevant, I am loved, I am creative, I am a…

2016 Slamdance Film Review: “The Tail Job”

By: Alystar McKenneh-O’Neill “The Tail Job” is a quirky comedy about a man Nicholas, who spends the night in a cab on a goose chase, following his fiancé who he thinks is cheating. The film is well cast, especially the cabbie Trevor,  played by Craig Anderson who  uses road rage and tricks to keep the meter…

Slamdance & ArcLight Cinemas take Cinema Club Program Across the Country

  The Slamdance Cinema Club will be expanding from Arclight Hollywood to include ArcLight Chicago! Both Hollywood and Chicago will host an upcoming series of award winners and audience favorites from Slamdance 2016. Two films will play in each city every month through 2016, ArcLight Chicago will screen the film series featuring award winners and audience…

A Conversation With Director Derek Kimball and Actress Jane Ackermann Of The 2016 Slamdance Film “Neptune”

  By: Saga Elmotaseb and Danielle McCormick Edited By: Colleen Page Images by: Danielle McCormick “Neptune” is the heartwarming story of Hannah, a 14 year old orphan, who struggles to continue on her obedient Christian path to please her foster father, the local priest, while dealing with the loss of her classmate. This movie offers 110…