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The Sundance Channel wins their first Golden Globe Award

Robert Seidman from tvbythenumbers reports: “Beverly Hills, CA * Sunday, January 16, 2011 *Sundance Channel was recognized with its first-ever Golden Globe Award tonight for CARLOS, the network’s first foray into scripted programming. The project won the Award for Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television. The prestigious honor marks Sundance Channel’s first-ever Golden… Continue Reading

First feature for filmmaker Rashaad Ernesto Green premiering at Sundance – GUN HILL ROAD

Dartmouth/NYU graduate Rashaad Ernesto Green is getting a lot of buzz for his first feature GUN HILL ROAD to premiere at Sundance 2011. The film explores some challenging themes, including how a man can be forced to define himself within limiting boundaries in a Latino family in the Bronx. The film stars Esai Morales and… Continue Reading

This weekend: a tribute not to be missed.

This weekend the Egyptian Theatre will host a tribute to The Chilean- Russian filmmaker, playwright, composer and writer: Alejandro Jodorowsky. Born on the 7th of February 1929 to Jewish immigrant parents from Russia, Jodorowsky is known for his avant-garde films, “venerated by cult cinema enthusiasts” as David Church writes in the 57th issue of “Senses… Continue Reading