Burned Bridges has been Picked Up for Production and will be Made into a Movie!

Talented screenwriter and published author, Marguerite Ashton, who has penned two books, will have her screenplay, “Burned Bridges,” brought to life on screen!

Paul Newman Clobbers Jay Leno in Second Great Race

Paul Newman romped over Jay Leno in their second great midget auto race. Newman showed his fast reflexes, his great driving ability, and his like for his canned dog food. Leno showed lack of response, lousy driving, and a very lackluster performance.

Geena Davis Commander in Chief? No! Amelia Earhart? Yes!

Too bad the beautiful and talented Geena Davis was cast as George Bush II instead of Amelia Earhart. The quicker Commander in Chief disappears from our television screens the sooner we can get Geena into her proper role.

Why We Can’t Get Enough American Idol

This article talks about why the Fox Network T.V. Show – American Idol – is so popular and why we are continually drawn to it.

Relaxation For The Actor

Relaxation is a key part of any actors training in order that they can leave their own stresses behind and fully take on the character they are portraying.

Analysis of the True Meaning of Magnolia

Everyone who has watched the much-praised film “Magnolia” undoubtedly walked out of the theater with maybe a feeling of awe, but most likely an overwhelming confusion over its ending. This is one out of many interpretations of the true meaning behind the movie Magnolia

Cartoons in the 80’s: A Golden Age

This article takes a nostalgic look at what one writer considers to be a “Golden Age” for children’s cartoons. The writer examines how the cartoons of that particular era compares to today’s cartoons, in both intellectual and emotional senses.

German Expressionist Cinema – From Caligari to Metropolis

A review of the golden age of early german cinema, focusing of masters and masterworks such as Wiene’s Caligari or Murnau’s Nosferatu

Any Plus In Watching Plus?!

a good play must have Prologue (beginning), middle and Exode (end). It should have good reason for beginning where it does and for ending where it does.

“Show Business – A Season to Remember” – A Review

Producer-director Dori Berinstein’s full-length documentary “Show Business” is certainly a movie to remember. The film, which won the Grand Jury prize for best documentary at the Florida Film Festival, packs the 2003-2004 season’s worth of rehearsals, performances, reviews, and awards into 104 minutes of excitement.

What Does A Film Editor Do?

Have you ever seen the credit of film editor on the movie screen and been unsure of exactly what that was? Janelle Ashley Nielson is a film editor in the television and motion picture industry and she gives you all the ins and outs of film editing here.

Telephone – The Movies And TV

Telephones not only play a significant role in our real lives but they have played a significant role in TV and movies throughout history.