[ad_1] Where to watch / stream Christmas with The Chosen: The Messengers Online Theatrical release – Not available on any OTT platform at this time. About Christmas with The Chosen: The Messengers Christmas with The Chosen: The Messengers will be released on December 1, 2021 and is directed by DallasRead More →

[ad_1] What is the release date of Sivaranjinyum Innum Sila Pengalum? The release date for Sivaranjinyum Innum Sila Pengalum is October 19, 2018. What are some popular Parvathy Thiruvothu movies? Takeoff, Bangalore Days, Ennu Ninte Moideen, Uyare, Vinodayathra, Koode, Halal Love Story, Aarkkariyam, Notebook, Aanum Pennum, Bangalore Naatkal, Uttama Villain,Read More →

[ad_1] // = do_shortcode (‘[in-content-square]’)?> Annes Elwy, who plays Cadi in The Feast / Gwledd A Los Angeles Times reviewer hailed a “remarkable” performance in a Welsh-language horror film. Film critic Noel Murray, who reviewed Celebration, Where Gwledd in Welsh, for the Californian newspaper, had warm words for Annes Elwy,Read More →

[ad_1] Nayanthara has reunited with Mayan director Ashwin Saravanan for a new horror film called Connect. The film was announced on Nayanthara’s 37th birthday. Nayanthara has teamed up with director Ashwin Saravanan for Connect. Lady Superstar Nayanthara reunited with Maya and Game Over director Ashwin Saravanan for another horror filmRead More →

[ad_1] ISLAMABAD – Suhail Asghar, veteran actor and senior artist with Pakistan Drama Industry, died of prolonged illness on Saturday. The actor’s death has been confirmed by his family, Sohail Asghar’s wife said Sohail Asghar had been ill for a year and a half. Lead actor Sohail Asghar underwent gastricRead More →

[ad_1] It takes considerable comedic gifts to make a loathsome, pathetic character so mesmerizing that you can resist, even get sick pleasure, watching him dig himself in a hole for over 90 minutes. Jim Cummings, star, editor, producer, co-writer and co-director of “The Beta Test,” has those gifts. Jordan (JimRead More →

[ad_1] Described as a supernatural horror, “Antlers” breathes fresh air into the genre by exploring a wonderfully original concept and asking the question, what is real and what is myth? Directed by Scott Cooper (“Hostiles”), the film follows Lucas Weaver (Jeremy T. Thomas, “Paradise Lost”), who finds himself among theRead More →

[ad_1] Click to enlarge PHOTO PROVIDED Junta Yamaguchi’s wacky but endearing film “Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes” closes the Anomaly 2021 film festival on Sunday, November 7th. “The miller of time has struck us!” A friend shouts. “We can see the future of the future! Another exclaims. This kind ofRead More →

[ad_1] Writer and director Fran Kranz ’00 discussed his new drama film “MASS” during Cinema Sunday on October 24th. Cinema Sundays are film discussions hosted by performing arts teacher Ted Walch. Each event features a film that a school parent or alumnus worked on. Kranz’s appearance marked the first cinemaRead More →

Words: Jamie Tabberer; photo: Attitude/Instagram/@imkitclarke Rupert Everett has teased his next directorial endeavor – a semi-autobiographical film about his youth titled Objects found in Paris. The drama, which also stars Kristin Scott Thomas and John Malkovich, follows Rupert’s directorial debut: the 2018 biopic Oscar Wilde The Happy Prince. Talk aboutRead More →

[ad_1] A new film starring Stephen Graham as a chef under extreme pressure is one of this year’s British Independent Film Awards (Bifa) favorites. Boiling Point, in which the Ibstock actor plays a chef on one of the busiest nights of the year, joins the autobiographical tale, Belfast, leading withRead More →

[ad_1] Brian Kite, Acting Dean of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television (UCLA TFT) today announced that actress, screenwriter, director and activist Michelle Krusiec (Hollywood, Float) has been named Regents’ Lecturer at the Department of Theater of the School of Theater, Film and Television at UCLA. His appointment,Read More →

[ad_1] HATTIESBURG, Mississippi – Shot entirely on the Mississippi coast, school principal Sean Riley’s second film, “Royal Jelly,” used local talent to create a bee horror film. Now available on major streaming platforms including Amazon, iTunes and YouTube, the horror feature sees protagonist Aster, a high school outcast and beeRead More →

[ad_1] The 23rd annual Maine Jewish Film Festival kick off Saturday. As always, this annual cinematic celebration takes on the meaning and evolution of Jewishness, while scheduling a week-long list of films that showcase different aspects of Jewish life around the world, in all its complexity. This is traditionally greatRead More →