Posts Tagged “Projects”

TV Review: ‘Pitch’

TV Review: ‘Pitch’

Sending props and praise to Paris Barclay — let’s see if this crosses home plate with just the pilot. TV Review: ‘Pitch’ “Pitch” has swagger, for good reason. It gets the big things right; the Fox drama about the first female baseball player in the Major Leagues is one of the year’s most assured and…

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“Te Ata” Movie

“Te Ata” Movie

THIS: “A Chickasaw Nation Production” Source: Home | Te Ata

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‘Game of Thrones’ Producer Sets Historical Drama Series ‘Empress’ (Exclusive) | HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

‘Game of Thrones’ Producer Sets Historical Drama Series ‘Empress’ (Exclusive) | HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

The drama will be centered on Wu Zetian, the only female empress in the history of China. Source: ‘Game of Thrones’ Producer Sets Historical Drama Series ‘Empress’ (Exclusive) | Hollywood Reporter

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Meet Jenni Gold: Director of CinemAbility | Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls

Meet Jenni Gold: Director of CinemAbility | Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls

While there are many powerful documentary films that tackle important subjects, few have the far-reaching influence of Jenni Gold’s CinemAbility. To understand what it’s about, let us pose a question: when was the last time you saw a film that positively portrayed the life of a person with a physical or mental disability? Your answer is…

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Comedy Central Is Turning Its Most Popular Snapchat Series Into A Television Show | TUBELFILTER

Comedy Central Is Turning Its Most Popular Snapchat Series Into A Television Show | TUBELFILTER

SO PROUD OF JAMES!   Comedy Central premiered ‘Swag-A-Saurus With James Davis’ last September, in which Davis attempts to explain slang terms like ‘Bye, Felicia’. Source: Comedy Central Is Turning Its Most Popular Snapchat Series Into A Television Show – Tubefilter

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Losing Larry Wilmore and Why It Matters—to TV, Women, and the Nation | WOMEN’S MEDIA CENTER

Losing Larry Wilmore and Why It Matters—to TV, Women, and the Nation | WOMEN’S MEDIA CENTER

There is a crisis of representation in the media. We live in a racially and ethnically diverse nation that is 51% female, but the news media itself remains staggeringly limited to a single demographic. Source: Losing Larry Wilmore and Why It Matters—to TV, Women, and the Nation | Women’s Media Center

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Natalie Portman Was Inspired By Lena Dunham To Overcome Her Fear Of Criticism | BUSTLE

Natalie Portman Was Inspired By Lena Dunham To Overcome Her Fear Of Criticism | BUSTLE

Lena Dunham, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways: you and America Ferrara’s speech at the Democratic National Convention was funny and sad and true; Lenny Letter is the best thing to happen to my inbox in 2016; and Girls, somehow, despite having already run for five seasons, just gets better Source:…

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Investigation Discovery Orders New Series from Emmy-Winning Journalist Tony Harris | Shadow and Act

Investigation Discovery Orders New Series from Emmy-Winning Journalist Tony Harris | Shadow and Act

A six-part series, “Scenes of the Crime with Tony Harris” starts production this summer, and will air in 2017. Source: Investigation Discovery Orders New Series from Emmy-Winning Journalist Tony Harris – Shadow and Act

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‘Luke Cage’ Showrunner: ‘The World Is Ready for a Bulletproof Black Man’ | Variety

‘Luke Cage’ Showrunner: ‘The World Is Ready for a Bulletproof Black Man’ | Variety

“Luke Cage” will mark the first time that an African-American superhero has led a Marvel series or movie… Source: ‘Luke Cage’ Showrunner: ‘The World Is Ready for a Bulletproof Black Man’

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HDN Review: ‘O.J.: Made in America’

HDN Review: ‘O.J.: Made in America’

VARIETY REVIEW [Ezra Edelstein] has responded with, even in the annals of ESPN’s “30 for 30” docs, what feels like a master opus… Premiering at Sundance, ESPN’s splendid five-part ‘O.J.: Made in America’ brings welcome context to the ‘trial of the century.’ Source: TV Review: ‘O.J.: Made in America’ HDN REVIEW I wanted to watch…

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