On My Watchlist: If You Build It

January 21, 2014

I was lucky enough to get a free ticket to an advance screening of the documentary, If You Build It (thanks NY WIFT!). If You Build It is directed by Patrick Creadon and tells the story of Studio H, an alternative education program launched by two designers, Emily Pilloton and Matthew Miller, in a woefully […]

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On My Watchlist: Helix, The Europa Report, Apollo 18, and the Golden Globes

January 16, 2014

Is anyone watching Helix? I was definitely intrigued by the trailers, which seemed to suggest zombies in outer space. I am impressed enough by the pilot that I’ll watch this week. It’s nice to see Billy Campbell in a star turn again. I had to look up Jordan Hayes, who plays 26-year old genius Dr. […]

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Film Review: Blue Jasmine, Philomena, One Chance, 12 Years A Slave

December 3, 2013

Blue Jasmine is the sort of movie I should love. I’m a personal finance/ business news junkie, and this film tells the story of the scorned wife-turned-widow of a Bernie Madoff-like financier. Cate Blanchett puts in a great performance, and Alex Baldwin phones it home playing every other role he’s played recently, except here he’s […]

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Interview with Actor and Writer (and Lawyer!) Dan Chen

November 26, 2013

DAN CHEN co-stars with our own Bruce Faulk in an upcoming episode of Memorable Minorities. Best known for his work as an actor, Dan has guest-starred on television in the hit HBO series “The Sopranos;” “Third Watch” (alongside Bobby Cannavale and Kim Raver); and opposite rap and hip hop stars Fabolous and Red Café in […]

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On My Watchlist: Nebraska, Kill Your Darlings, Fifth Estate, Fruitvale Station

November 11, 2013

Nebraska is an Alexander Payne movie, starring Bruce Dern as an elderly man heading to Nebraska to cash in a winning lottery ticket that is really just one of those magazine subscription advertisements. It’s a well-acted ensemble movie, but way too indulgent for me. I don’t really want to spend 2 hours watching two adult […]

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On The Set Of Memorable Minorities

October 28, 2013

Our latest project filmed last week and here is a behind-the-scenes tour: Bruce Faulk, Director, and Benton Greene, actor (Webisode 1 – The Museum). Benton also starred in FBC Films’ first project, The Battle Below, and was interviewed in an earlier post Director of Photography, Steve Gladstone, and Melody Cooper, actor (Webisode 1 – The […]

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On My Watch List: The Butler, Rush, Gravity and Captain Phillips

October 9, 2013

The Butler was good like Luna bars are good (i.e., super tasty but you won’t mistake this for dessert). I appreciated The Butler, but didn’t enjoy it. Of course, the subject matter is super difficult to tackle and the film did an admirable job here, successfully navigating the delicate line between being too preachy and […]

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The Battle Below Is Screening At Shockerfest International Film Festival 2013

October 1, 2013

MORE GREAT NEWS! The Battle Below will be screening at Shockerfest 2013. ShockerFest International Film Festival 2013 will be broadcast on the internet TV station CVML-TV and simulcast on www.shockerfest.net from October 15 – 31st. We’re in the Horror – Shorts category and will be screened multiple times during that two-week period. Currently, we are […]

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Interview With Actor and Shriekfest Festival Founder/ Director Denise Gossett

September 23, 2013

Denise moved to Los Angeles from Orlando, FL. Denise has been in the entertainment business for more than 20 years primarily as an actress. She can be seen in the latest Mel Gibson movie “Get the Gringo” AKA “How I Spent My Summer Vacation,” “The Last Ride” with Dennis Hopper and on such tv shows […]

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The Battle Below Is Screening At The NYC Downtown Short Film Festival

September 22, 2013

GREAT NEWS! The Battle Below has been selected to screen at the NYC Downtown Short Film Festival on Wed, October 16, 8p, DMAC, 62 East 4th Street. The official announcement is copied below. If you’re in NYC, come to the screening and vote! Tell your family and friends. Share on Facebook and Twitter. Tickets are […]

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