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Monsune, real name Scott Zhang, is a Canadian-Chinese student that has recently made waves in the indie music scene.
Up and coming actor Elijah Boothe, most notably known for his role in Marvel’s “Luke Cage,” makes his leading actor debut in Derrick Perry’s “Pink Opaque.”
Mackenzie Shrieve knows how to make an entrance. The recent NYU grad has been touring non-stop this summer since graduation, with venues across New York City–including the iconic Arlene’s Grocery–taking notice.
Rooftop Films presented indie romance “Pink Wall” at The William Vale, with writer-director Tom Cullen and actor Jay Duplass in attendance.
The Baltimore-based duo played both rare and new tracks for their Brooklyn performance on Sunday night.
Although set in 1970s Harlem, “If Beale Street Could Talk” showcases a beautiful love story and a race against the clock that calls upon modern-day racial tension and a broken judicial system.
The Knockturnal was on the scene for the New York premiere of “Colette” at MoMA in New York on September 13.
Middle school may have been the worst, but Bo Burnham’s new indie, coming-of-age story, ‘Eighth Grade’, definitely is not.
In a new, digital-centric age, navigating and surviving the perils of middle school deserves more than just a certificate and a pat on the back. The recently released film entitled ‘Eighth Grade’ artfully and dutifully depicts the real-life struggles young teenagers face on a day-to-day basis.