Kumail Nanjiani - one of the Ten Actors to Watch

Hamptons International Film Festival – 10 Actors to Watch

Hamptons International Film Festival – 10 Actors to Watch HIFF 2017 and its Top Ten Stars, August 31, 2017, Montauk Sun One of the best parts of participating in the HIFF out in the Hamptons of New York’s Long Island is that you get to meet a lot of creative types who want to share…

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Rory Kennedy and Laird Hamilton at Gurney's as part of the Hamptons International Film Festival SummerDocs program, August 2017

Hamptons International Film Festival – SummerDocs

Hamptons International Film Festival – More than just the movies The Hamptons Welcome Laird Hamilton, August 4, 2017, Montauk Sun SummerDoc Screening: Rory Kennedy movie about Laird Hamilton, August 31, 2017, Montauk Sun Each year the HIFF showcases new movies and talent in a variety of events throughout the Hamptons hamlets. The Biggest Buzz this…

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Be My Oswald at Queens World Film Festival

Last Chance to See Film: “Be My Oswald”

Media Contact: kathacato@gmail.com 718-429-2579 Bemyoswald.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Dec5th, 2017- NY, NY – BE MY OSWALD -10 year anniversary screening of Don Cato’s subversive film about finding yourself through terrorism. A dark tale about a woman out to assassinate Santa, the feature film examines the friction between myth and real life and takes on some…

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“The Lure:” A quirky “fun ride” at Sundance

From Jackie Christy: It’s hard not to appreciate the zany imagination behind THE LURE, a musical tale of teenage vampire mermaids set in 1980s Poland. The story takes place mostly in a seedy nightclub and features nightclub performers, strippers and generous helpings of nudity and gore. The performances are terrific and ground even the most…

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Little Men Movie Sundance

Sundance Gem: “Little Men”

Our Sundance rep, Jackie Christy, who is also an entrant for short films, sent us this from the festival: “One of my favorites at Sundance is Ira Sachs’ LITTLE MEN, a restrained but deeply moving film. This seemingly simple story centers around the friendship of two teenage boys and the increasingly strained relationship between their…

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Sundance Premiere: “How to Tell You’re a Douchebag”

It’s rare that a movie makes you both laugh and cry. It’s rarer still that a scene makes you laugh and cry at exactly the same time. But this was my experience during a scene in HOW TO TELL YOU’RE A DOUCHBAG, in which the heartbroken Jake Brown played by William Jackson Harper, sobs hopelessly…

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