California celebrates the success of expanded movie tax credits passed last year which have prompted shows like “Scream Queens” to move from New Orleans to Los Angeles. That’s more bad news for Louisiana, where movie/TV production has been blindsided by the short-sighted politicians Producer Ryan Murphy, actress Jamie Lee Curtis, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti Photo: California Film Commission/FLICS She has been known as the original "Scream Queen" since the hit 1978 horror film Ha
It programs high quality movies and TV shows from around the world but has a hard time attracting today’s hot stars, high profile moguls and big movies At the 2014 L.A. Jewish Film Festival (l to r) Laugh-In producer George Schlatter, actor/director Carl Reiner, Everybody Loves Phil Executive Producer Phil Rosenthal and festival director Hilary Helstein There is some Hollywood history on tap at this year’s Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival, which kicks off a week long run May
The documentary Under The Gun exposes the dangers of unregulated gun ownership and the difficulty of passing even minimal regulations when the opposition won’t discuss the options Executive Producer/narrator Katie Couric, Epix CEO Mark Greenberg, director Stephanie Soechtig Is it possible to have a normal back and forth conversation about the regulation of firearms in America today? It doesn’t seem so. Most of the debate around efforts to get minimal gun registration laws, e
Dee Wallace has worked steadily acting in movies and on TV for over 40 years but her heart is in spiritual work she does with fellow actors and other clients who pay $300 for an hour of her time Dee Wallace today and in "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial" 35 years ago Dee Wallace will always be remembered as Mary, the mom in Steven Spielberg’s 1981 blockbuster, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial; and as a “Scream Queen” who has been in more than two dozen horror, fantasy and science fiction
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