We caught up with Stuber Gang from Stuber at the Los Angeles Premiere.
Netflix turned Santa Monica High School “Upside Down” Transforming it into a Hawkins High “Homecoming” for Season 3 World Premier of Stranger Things. The cast and crew came out to celebrate the world premiere of Netflix’s fan favorite, and we were on the scene catch it all!
Set in Chicago, 1969… Ask for Jane takes you back to a time to where abortion is punishable by prison, and getting birth control is nearly impossible. As a result, women die every day from taking matters into their own hands. Based on a true story, Ask for Jane follows a group of determined Midwestern women who inspired an entire generation to take control of their bodies and their activism resonates through to today as the fight for abortion rights and Roe v. Wade are just as important now as they were then.
A Touch of Sugar is thoroughly engaging and well-paced film that explores and examines the many social factors contribute to our society’s mismanagement of diabetes, both individually and structurally. The film told through the eyes of patients, who are struggling with diabetes brings the chilling number to light, and highlights the fact that diabetes is an urgent public health issue that can no longer be ignored.
From producer Ray Bouderau new film “The PUBLIC” shares a profound message accessible to all.
Blood Brother is a fast-paced thriller, set in a Gotham-esque city rampaged by crime, where a group of four childhood friends plots to rob an armored truck with horribly violent consequences.
“Bali: Beats of Paradise” is a surprisingly funny and heartwarming music documentary, directed by Livi Zheng, Critically-Acclaimed Director and Producer, that chronicles Grammy Award Winning Artist Judith Hill (20 Feet from Stardom) and renowned Indonesian composer Nyoman Wenten, as they strive modernize Gamelan music via a project that Wenten hopes to be his Opus Magnum.
Writer and Director Isabella Eklöf (“Let the Right One In” (2008) and “Border” (2018)) makes an equally jarring and impressive debut at the Norwegian International Film Festival with the dark and hypnotic thriller, “Holiday.”
Cindy Shank’s story is heartbreaking on every level. A young mother of three answers the door and is sentenced to 15 years in prison for crimes she did not actually commit.