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Avoid Hollywood at These 9 Underrated Film Festivals Across America

Sep 16, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

There's nothing quite like the excitement buzzing around a film festival. From the movies to the celebrity panels, guests are among the few who get to check out feature-length flicks before anyone else. Now, we all know about the big guns, like Cannes and the Toronto Film Festival, but there are fantastic festivals all across America that you might be missing out on.... Read More

Missing Van Gogh Painting Pulled From Norwegian Attic

Sep 12, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam unveiled a newly discovered Van Gogh painting Sunset at Montmajour (1888) on Monday, which will be on display in their current "Van Gogh at Work" exhibition (ending January 12, 2014). The authenticity process took two years to complete because not only is this a major discovery [...]... Read More

Standing Ovations For 6 Toronto Film Festival Premieres

Sep 11, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

As a movie obsessive, I'm pretty heartbroken to not be at the Toronto Film Festival this year, especially since the lineup just may be the most impressive I've ever seen. With 366 movies on the schedule (including feature-length and shorts), I wouldn't be surprised if you're feeling a little overwhelmed by your choices.... Read More

Tyler Shields Funds Outlaw By Selling $500K Photograph to Gilmore Girls Star

Sep 10, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Never one to do anything by convention, photographer Tyler Shields raised $500K for his new film Outlaw by selling a single photo. Bought by Scott Patterson — of Gilmore Girls fame — the photo titled Leap of Faith marks the first time a feature film has been entirely funded by a photo sale (well, Shields hopes so anyhow).... Read More

5 Favorite Features That Premiered at the Toronto Film Festival

Sep 6, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich  |  1 Comment

With the 2013 Toronto Film Festival officially underway (it runs until the 15th), dozens of movies are getting ready for their big debuts and hoping to get some positive feedback — titles like Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom and 12 Years a Slave are already garnering pre-awards season buzz.... Read More

That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore: 9 Favorite Comedic Actors Who Went Dramatic

Sep 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

There is a pervading theory among some circles that being a comedic actor doesn't take much talent (even though it's actually more difficult to get someone to genuinely laugh than cry). It's also not a secret that to get some respect from mainstream critics — especially from the Academy Awards, who tend to treat comedians like a beggar they won't look in the eye — and avoid being pigeon-holed (can you imagine if Chris Farley had been given the chance to show his range?) comedians often turn to more dramatic roles to prove themselves in big ways.... Read More

Vintage Photography Shines in Project B's Rare Vernacular Prints

Aug 30, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Sometimes a vintage vernacular photograph is more interesting than one attributed to a specific artist. The mysterious shot allows you to wonder, to play guessing games and create an entire history for the person behind the lens.... Read More

Chasing a Native Summer Through the Southwest

Aug 29, 2013  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

With the 92nd annual Indian Market in Santa Fe passing through and the last month of summer vacation tempting everyone to get on the road, there’s no better time to appreciate Native American heritage, architecture, art and mythology.... Read More

From Bradley Cooper to Judi Dench: 12 Actors Applauded on Broadway

Aug 20, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Many of us have a solid list of our favorite actors, whether it be because they're particularly dreamy (I'm looking at you Daniel Craig) or because they're incredibly talented (still looking at you Craig), and many of those names are best known for specific onscreen works.... Read More

There's More Where That Came From: Alex Isn't the Only (Hot) Skarsgård

Aug 19, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

There's no denying that Alexander Skarsgård is the most famous one in the Skarsgård family right now, what with his surprise full frontal nudity in the season finale of True Blood, but you shouldn't forget the rest of the talented troupe — all seven of them. First, we have Stellan, the poppa of this strange Swedish Brady Bunch.... Read More

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