Meredith O’Connor Teases Her Upcoming Anti-bullying Film ‘Playing The Game’

Now a pop star and anti-bullying activist, Meredith O’Connor isn’t shy about sharing her experiences with bullying. As a student on Long Island, she even dealt with a bully who broke her nose during school and didn’t feel like she had a safe space to get help, according to Thrive Global. But when her original song “Celebrity” took off on YouTube back in 2013, O’Connor … Continue reading Meredith O’Connor Teases Her Upcoming Anti-bullying Film ‘Playing The Game’

Sam Huntington and Kate Micucci Deal With A Bizarre Cult In ‘7 Stages To Achieve Eternal Bliss By Passing Through The Gateway Chosen By The Holy Storsh’

Would you stay in a ridiculously cheap apartment if cultists were routinely breaking in to conduct strange rituals? It would be a hard no from me, but Claire and Paul just can’t seem to pass up their posh new apartment in 7 Stages To Achieve Eternal Bliss By Passing Through The Gateway Chosen By The Holy Storsh. The unconventional black comedy, which made its debut … Continue reading Sam Huntington and Kate Micucci Deal With A Bizarre Cult In ‘7 Stages To Achieve Eternal Bliss By Passing Through The Gateway Chosen By The Holy Storsh’

Karen Gillan Tackles Acting, Writing, And Directing In Her First Feature Film ‘The Party’s Just Beginning’

Karen Gillan is no stranger to the screen, whether it be big or small. You may know her from Doctor Who, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, or Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy franchise and Avengers: Infinity  War, but at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival she showcased her multitude of skills as the writer, director, and star of her first solo feature film The Party’s Just … Continue reading Karen Gillan Tackles Acting, Writing, And Directing In Her First Feature Film ‘The Party’s Just Beginning’

Director Theo Love Takes Us On A Blockbuster Treasure Hunt In ‘White Tide: The Legend of Culebra” Documentary

“Listen, if you’re going to make a movie, make a movie on a tropical island,” White Tide: The Legend of Culebra director Theo Love told me on the red carpet of the documentary’s Tribeca Film Festival premiere. “It’s wonderful! We hung out at the beach. We had lobster. It was a great time!” The film follows the unbelievably true story of Rodney Hyden, a small … Continue reading Director Theo Love Takes Us On A Blockbuster Treasure Hunt In ‘White Tide: The Legend of Culebra” Documentary

When Lambs Become Lions director Jon Kasbe at Tribeca Film Festival 2018

Filmmaker Jon Kasbe Makes His Feature Directorial Debut With ‘When Lambs Become Lions’ Documentary

Documentary When Lambs Become Lions by director Jon Kasbe made its Tribeca Film Festival debut on April 20. Set in Kenya, the film follows the struggles three men on different sides of the elephant conservation debate and ivory trade face. Kasbe, alongside his three subjects, blurs the line dividing poachers and rangers to show just how connected their fates really are. “We felt like the perspective of … Continue reading Filmmaker Jon Kasbe Makes His Feature Directorial Debut With ‘When Lambs Become Lions’ Documentary

25 Must-Watch Films During Tribeca Film Festival 2018

New York City’s Tribeca Film Festival is kicking off its seventeenth year with a bang! Out of the 96 films on this year’s roster, a whopping 46% of films are directed by women (that’s nearly half!) and 46 of the films are from first-time directors. “We are proud to present a lineup that celebrates American diversity and welcomes new international voices in a time of … Continue reading 25 Must-Watch Films During Tribeca Film Festival 2018

Clark Gregg and Jennifer Grey on the Tribeca Film Festival red carpet for 'Trust Me.'

Tribeca Film Festival 2013: ‘The Pretty One,’ ‘G.B.F.,’ And More [PHOTOS]

From watching spectacular new movies to hitting the star-studded red carpet, I covered Tribeca Film Festival this past April.  Check out my photos from the film festival, featuring celebrities like Clark Gregg, Naomi Watts, and Norman Reedus: Coverage from Tribeca Film Festival 2013: JoJo talks acting in ‘G.B.F.’ and figuring out life through music Paul Iacono on ‘G.B.F.,’ overcoming stereotypes, and being yourself 5 Things … Continue reading Tribeca Film Festival 2013: ‘The Pretty One,’ ‘G.B.F.,’ And More [PHOTOS]