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National Geographic LIVE! with Bryan Smith: The Lens of Adventure

National Geographic LIVE! with Bryan Smith: The Lens of Adventure

  Have you ever watched a National Geographic film about some incredibly remote, dangerous place – and then wondered what the people behind the cameras experienced to capture the action? Join Bryan Smith, an award-winning filmmaker for the National Geographic Channel, as he shares gripping moments from his assignments to document extreme feats and high […]

Venice Historical Society Proudly Celebrates Their 30th Anniversary  “A TRIBUTE TO MARY PICKFORD”


Venice Historical Society Proudly Celebrates Their 30th Anniversary  “A TRIBUTE TO MARY PICKFORD”


A Lecture & Rare Film Clips by Award-Winning Documentary Filmmaker Elaina Archer 
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14th at 7:00 pm The Venice Historical Society (VHS) has scheduled a classic evening with a celebratory tribute to one of the most powerful and talented women in American cinema.
Elaina Archer, Director of Archive & Legacy for the Mary Pickford Foundation will […]

Ventura Water announces 5th Annual Water: Take 1 Online Short Film Festival

Ventura Water announces 5th Annual Water: Take 1 Online Short Film Festival

DOG FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES POOCH PARTY DETAILS

DOG FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES POOCH PARTY DETAILS

Outdoor Tea Party to Feature On-site Adoptions, illness a Fashion Show and More Kicking off Los Angeles’ first-ever Dog Film Festival™, VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital is hosting an outdoor Afternoon Tea Pooch Party on its covered rooftop on Saturday, June 4. Celebrating the remarkable bond between dogs and humans, the Pooch Party is […]

Cesar Chavez Film Screening – Oxnard Public Library

Cesar Chavez Film Screening – Oxnard Public Library

Wednesday, March 30, 2:30 – 4:40 p.m. In honor of Cesar Chavez’ birthday, the Oxnard Public Library will show a PG-13 feature film about the famed civil rights leader who organized protests and boycotts to secure better wages and working conditions for farm workers. He attracted the attention and cooperation of people from all walks […]

Latino Thought Makers at Oxnard College — March 10th

Latino Thought Makers at Oxnard College — March 10th

Oxnard College Institute for Latino Performing Arts proudly presents the next installment of the Latino Thought Makers series featuring nationally acclaimed writer, Josefina Lopez and multi-award winning actor, Luis Guzman. The series, led by writer-director-comedian, Rick Najera will take place on Thursday, March 10th at Oxnard College’s Performing Arts Center located at 4000 S. Rose […]

Performances that Transcend — Nominees for Faith & Values Awards Acting Honors Announced

Performances that Transcend — Nominees for Faith & Values Awards Acting Honors Announced

  The two winners will be announced at the 24th Annual Faith & Values Awards Gala and Report to the Entertainment Industry, to be held Friday, Feb. 5, in the Grand Ballroom of the Universal Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. A variety of movie and TV stars are among the nominees for the Grace Awards, […]

Sometimes the simplest stories are the most powerful: ‘War Room’ a movie review

Sometimes the simplest stories are the most powerful: ‘War Room’ a movie review

By Debra Tash My husband and I rarely go to the movies these days.  It isn’t the fact that we have to pay as just much for the popcorn and two soft drinks as it cost to get our tickets.  No, it’s the story.  Blood and guts, and more blood and sensory overload, nudity, sex […]

Merchants of Doubt–Book, Movie and Climate Sleight of Hand

Merchants of Doubt–Book, Movie and Climate Sleight of Hand

    By Michael Greer Robert Renner is a very clever filmmaker, although not a very honest one.  He opened his film at the Magic Castle in Hollywood with a magician explaining sleight of hand. If you can divert people’s attention from what you are actually doing, you can make them believe something else. He […]

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