With audience appreciation in decline and independents rising, are we likely to see a return to what made Hollywood great? There is hope in the form of a recently published work, The Address of Happiness.
With the variety of things to do in Los Angeles, it's surprising that it has a reputation for being one of the toughest cities for singles. From oceanfront restaurants to posh rooftop bars, L.A. offers plenty of romantic spots for any occasion, be it a first date or an anniversary dinner.
Since the beginning of the moving image, Hollywood has created and appropriated its very own image of Native America that was always made by non-Native Americans for their own political point of view towards the masses. Well, how do Native people feel about the new The Lone Ranger, you ask?
I smiled and walked away, baffled as always. Suddenly something Tim253 said came jumping back at me. And what he said seem to make the whole thing comprehensible. At least for the moment.
Here's where we come to what I call the 3 x Cs of dating your audience: create desire, connect and close the sale.
For years there was what ad agencies called an "ethnic budget" created to cater to all "non-white" people in America. Some marketers are now going as far as to say that Hispanics don't need a special budget, as they are now part of the "Mainstream."
A Gaffer, Jay Yowler tells us, is head of the electrical department and right hand man to the Director of Photography (who is sometimes referred to as the Lighting Cameraman).
By Marie Cunningham, Party Earth writer. Clubbing hotspots in Los Angeles tend to rotate in and out of obscurity on a yearly basis. It's a good idea ...
I'm not as needy or desirous of fame or fortune as most folks in L.A. since I'm older than the majority of wannabees you see everywhere. For me it's supposed to be about fun.
I'm following Elijah Wood down a hallway, and trailing closely behind him. I'm wondering if I should say something, just to break the tension, but I can't find the words.
Two choices, my American friends. Either you cling to the anarcho-capitalism that brought us all to the brink in 2008 -- or you admit that our fight is your fight, too, and that in defending the cultural exception, France is pleading not for France but for the world.
As Pride month comes to a close, YouTube is bringing together their global community to celebrate. The site is featuring prominent LGBT content crea...
Trumbull takes his UFO hunting as serious as his movie making. He owns an ex-military hummer that is kitted out with high-tech video equipment for the express purpose of filming a UFO. UFOTOG, the movie, is about a man using this sort of equipment to film a UFO.
I'm sitting in a coffee shop in Brentwood, with a laptop in front of me, next to a window facing San Vicente Boulevard. I'm trying to write a book. Not sure yet what it'll be about, but it's going to be something deep, profound, voice-of-my-generation-ish, critically admired and vaguely popular.
And so it would be easy to dismiss Devious Maids as just another average show -- except that, as its pre-premiere buzz proved, Devious Maids is anything but average.
In The Bling Ring, we have neither a writer's description, nor an actual perfumer's smell to tell us what it smells like as Rebecca stands in Lindsay Lohan's bedroom.