It’s August 1965 in Watts, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California.
Day two of Made in America felt sleepy. Festival-goers seemed to be struggling to wake up after a Saturday of music and dancing. Artists including Angelica Villa, Phantoms, Blueface, and Jacob Banks kicked off the day across all four stages.
Saturday afternoon in the mid-80s. The sun reflected off of the glittered arms of teens walking towards the Made in America Festival main entrance. Rather than cars, young people filled the Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway. All were eager to see the 22 artists spread across four stages on day one of the two-day festival.
It was 80 degrees and sunny on Saturday, June 1 in Philly for the 201 Roots Picnic. It was a perfect day for a festival full of music, food, drinks, and lounging on a blanket with your friends.
We’ve all had to accept unwanted gifts from well-meaning loved ones. To avoid hurting feelings and seeming ungrateful, we accept. That’s exactly what happens to Sarah Francis (Beattie Edmundson) in the feel-good comedy, Patrick.
HBO Asia’s six-episode series “Folklore” give U.S. audiences a glimpse at some of Asia’s most ominous and darkest lore.
A stirring mystery that slowly unfolds scene by scene, Beyond the Night follows Ray Marrow (Zane Holtz) on his journey from soldier to single father after losing his wife to a tragic car crash.
Every one of our actions effects the universe.
We’ve seen films where the protagonist receives life-altering news that changes the course of a story.
As You Are, an indie film which debuted at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, stars Amandla Sternberg as Sarah alongside Owen Campbell as Jack, and Charlie Heaton (Stranger Things) as Mark.