Chat With Director Who Continues Festival Rounds Bringing Stellar “Lilting” to Outfest by Kevin M. Thomas

Shortly after winning an honorable mention at San Francisco’s Frameline Film Festival, we caught up with “Lilting” director Hong Khaou to discuss his well received film as he prepares to take it to Los Angeles’ Outfest on July 16. While the film festival darling has been winning audiences over since Sundance, Khaou shares with us […] Click to read more »

Slamdance Film, NOT Sundance: “The Sublime and Beautiful” is a Raw and Honest Look at Grief

Sundance Film Festival is considered the premiere independent film festival that kicks off all festivals at the beginning of every year in Park City, Utah. Films like “Precious” and  “Sex, Lies and Videotapes” have not only debuted at Sundance, but received large distribution deals to further their global success. Today Sundance continues to premiere independent […] Click to read more »

Katori Hall’s play, “Hurt Village” is raw premise, writing, acting and directing

Katori Hall is a name you should  remember as she just wrapped her broadway production of “Mountaintop” about Martin Luther King Jr.,   starring Angela Bassett and Samuel Jackson. If you missed that you can see her play, “Hurt Village” which opens this week at the Signature Theatre that was also written by Hall and […] Click to read more »