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Oscar's Hollywood

Posted By Oscar Arslanian

Netflix, the world's leading Internet TV network, and Hudson Pacific Properties have announced an agreement in which Netflix will lease a significant portion of the new ICON office tower at Sunset Bronson Studios. The growing Southern California ...

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From the Editor

Posted By Nyla Arslanian

The holiday season and beginning of a new year is a time for reflection and expression of love through gift giving and celebration. This year the season seems to have more relevance than ever. The world as we know it is changing in ways that are hard ...

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Indie Films Jan 7-14

Posted By Suzanne

A NEW YEAR OF MOVIES BEGINS JANUARY 7 AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD Diablo. Directed by Lawrence Roeck. Written by Roeck and Carlos De Los Rios. Produced by Roeck and Shana Wilson. From Orion Pictures. Color, 2016, Canada/USA, 90 minutes, rated R. ...

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S.E. MANLEY SHORT FILM SHOWCASE Jan16-17

Posted By Suzanne

AFRICAN-AMERICAN FILM MARKETPLACE & S.E. MANLEY SHORT FILM SHOWCASE 2016 FILMMAKERS January 16 & 17, 2016 @ Raleigh Studios 1. A CHILD OF GOD (24:00 Min.) by Angelique Marshall (Director) and Floyd Marshall, Jr. (Writer Sean Johnson has some ...

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Susan Hornik's Hollywood Gift Guide

Posted By Susan Hornik

As we all know, something it's really hard to pick just the right present! With so many choices for holiday gift giving, Discover Hollywood's Susan Hornik put together our "Holiday Gift Guide," a lovely array of unique gift ideas for anyone on your ...

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The Winter's Tale - A Review by Suzanne Birrell

Posted By Suzanne

A review by Suzanne Birrell Cameron Rose, Emily Rose McLeod, Hayley Brown, Roman Guastaferro, Saundra Montijo I was lucky enough to catch The Winter's Tale by Shakespeare and presented by the Mine is Yours Theatre Company in their last weekend. I ...

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Indie Films Dec 26-29

Posted By Suzanne

DOC HOLIDAY: ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD'S CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO YOU; STARTS DECEMBER 26 Arena Cinema Hollywood presents a four-day festival of documentaries beginning the day after Christmas. The Look of Silence. Directed by Joshua Oppenheimer. Produced ...

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Indie Films Dec 18-24

Posted By Suzanne

STINKING HEAVEN, SOLITARY, THE WORLD OF KANAKO, ANGUISH BEGIN EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTS AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD ON DECEMBER 18 Stinking Heaven. Directed by Nathan Silver. Written by Silver, Jack Dunphy, Deragh Campbell, Hannah Gross and Keith Poulson. ...

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NFMLA Film Fest December 12th

Posted By Suzanne

Akash Director: Sri Charan Faced with her bible abiding, hard working father's failing health and his inability to provide for her education, eight-year-old Bargavi learns the ways of courage and hope by giving us an unapologetic and honest account ...

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Indie Films Dec 11-17

Posted By Suzanne

ALMOST THERE, ORION: THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING, CLOSE RANGE, THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT: EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTS START DECEMBER 11 AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD Almost There. Directed by Dan Rybicky. Produced by Rybicky and Aaron Wickenden. Color, 2015, ...

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A Night at the Sands - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

A review by Suzanne Birrell with Photos by Chuck Jones. A video Review: https://vimeo.com/146518209 Lucy takes control of the stage to the chagrin of Ricky. A night at the Sands from Creative Artist Studios is more than a theatrical event, it is an ...

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Front Door Open - Theatre Review

Posted By Erin Fair

Review by Erin Fair David Selby and Joanna Miles. Photo by Ed Krieger Front Door Open is a play about an agoraphobic woman named Eleanor and how it affects her surrounding family. She hasn't left her house in years and is comfortable with it due to ...

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Love and Information - Theatre Review

Posted By Suzanne Birrell

Review by Suzanne Birrell (l-r) Dan Via, Melina Bielefelt, Cindy Nguyen, Michael Evans Lopez, Sarah Rosenberg, Alexander Wells, Daniel Getzoff, Betsy Moore, Ashley Steed. Photo by Mainak Dhar Love and Information a dexterous montage written by award ...

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Women w/o Walls - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

Reviewed by Rachel Flanagan Kristin Carey and Esther Mira. Photo by Alex Moy Women w/o Walls is a new twist on the story of Charon the ferryman on the River Styx as he transports the dead to a final resting place. Using concepts from both Dante's ...

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Prairie-Oke Theatre Review

Posted By Bill Garry

A review by Bill Garry (L-R) Amy Procacci (Mrs. Moleson) and Drew Droege (Mellie Moleson). Photo by Dan Whitlock There's a boisterous party going on in a Silver Lake basement and, if you're lucky enough to score tickets and get past Mr. Dan, the ...

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Entertainment - Film Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

Review by Rachel Flanagan In 2012, director Rick Alverson delivered the 2012 Sundance competition entry The Comedy to audiences who found it anything but a comedy. Instead, the film was a tragic case study of a thirty-something slacker leading a ...

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Toys: A Dark Fairytale - Theatre Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

A Review by Rachel Flanagan Julia Ubrankovics & Tunde Skovran Toys: A Dark Fairytale is anything but your average run of the mill fairytale. Instead, it is a dark story of two young women who grew up in two completely different worlds but come to ...

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The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek- Theatre Review

Posted By Erin Fair

A Review by Erin Fair "The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek" begins as the story of real-life "outsider artist" Nukain Mabuza, (Thomas Silcott) is forced to face his legacy as a painter, a person, and a black man in 1980s South Africa. With him is a ...

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One Cut, One Life - Film Review

Posted By Rachel Flanagan

By Rachel Flanagan. Ed Pincus was well-known as a pioneer to first person documentary films. One Cut, One Life is one last film Ed made with Lucia Small, who had previously collaborated on an earlier film, "The Axe in the Attic" (2007). The film is a ...

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Indie Films Nov 6 - Nov 17

Posted By Suzanne

nascreen.com I REMEMBER YOU: EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT STARTS NOVEMBER 13 AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD I Remember You. Written and directed by Claudia Sparrow. Produced by Leandro Marini, Maria Valentina Bove, James Cotten and Bradley Smith. From Indie ...

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