Monthly Archives: October 2011

Janie Jones Review

Janie Jones is a heartwarming father daughter story. It is inspired by the true story of writer/director David Rosenthal about the introduction of a father to the teenage daughter he never knew he had. Abigail Breslin, who is officially no … Continue reading

IDA and Cinema Eye 2011 Nominations: The Women

The International Documentary Association (IDA) and the Cinema Eye, two documentary organizations unveiled their 2011 nominees last week. Women filmmakers are very prevalent. Here are the female nominees: IDA (awards will be handed out December 2 in LA)Best Feature Doc: … Continue reading

Janie Jones

Janie Jones is a heartwarming father daughter story. It is inspired by the true story of writer/director David Rosenthal about the introduction of a father to the teenage daughter he never knew he had. Abigail Breslin, who is officially no … Continue reading

Borgen Premieres Saturday Night on Link TV

For those of you out there who still wish Commander in Chief had lasted more than a handful of episodes I have some good news. The Danes (who actually just elected their own female Prime Minister — Helle Thorning-Schmidt) have exported a … Continue reading

Melissa McCarthy Covers EW Comedy Issue

Here’s the great photo of her on the cover and also her as Divine. Issue lands on newsstands today. Here’s some of her quotes: But I think I’m more confident than I’ve ever felt in my life. Comedy to me is all … Continue reading

Cool Posters for Young Adult

These posters were used for sneak screenings in Austin, Chicago and SF. They give you a sense of how subversive this film is. h/t The Playlist “Assholes Don’t Actually Change”: Jason Reitman & Diablo Cody Discuss The Ugliness Of ‘Young Adult (The … Continue reading