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Dances With Films 2016 Interview with Cami Winikoff, Andrea Porter, and Brandon Zinn

Producer Cami Winikoff, editor Andrea Porter, and Writer/Producer Brandon Zinn talk with FilmSnobbery at the 2016 Dances With Films film festival at the Chinese Theaters in Hollywood about their new film I LIVE FOR YOU. Brandon talks about the collaborative writing process with the director while Cami discusses her role of Producer on the film. […]

Dances With Films 2016 Interview with Monika Wesley

Director Monika Wesley talks about her new film I LIVE FOR YOU with FIlmSnobbery host Nic LaRue. They chat about collaborating with her ex boyfriend on the story for the movie, working with her actors, what drives her to be a director and how she and other women behind the camera provide a nurturing and […]

Dances With Films 2016 Interview with Jenn Page and Chris Edgar

Director Jenn Page and Writer/Composer Chris Edgar talk with FilmSnobbery’s Nic LaRue on the green carpet at the Dances With Films film festival in Hollywood at the Chinese Theaters. They chat about the challenges of adapting a stage play into a movie musical, who their movie musical influences are, how they handled their casting process, […]

Dances With Films 2016 Interview with Robert Hook and Hannah Telle

Hannah and Robert reveal that this is their first red carpet interview, what their audition process was like, and life on the set. For more info on this film visit their IMDB at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2966504/?ref_=ttfc_fc_tt Like their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/iliveforyoumovie Follow them on Twitter at https://twitter.com/iliveforyou_ Get more info on their website at http://www.iliveforyoumovie.com/ (19)

Retro Cinema – Mame

When Paper magazine film critic Dennis Dermody was asked to name the scariest film of all time, he did not choose a horror flick or a thriller. Instead, he picked a musical starring one of the most beloved entertainers of the twentieth century. “Lucille Ball wearing that awful mask and singing ‘We Need a Little […]

Retro Cinema – Evita

If Madonna never found her niche as a movie star, it wasn’t for a lack of trying. On a few occasions, she came close: her starring debut in DESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN offered the hope of a quirky new screen personality, while her sense of camp fit in perfectly with the outlandish nature of Warren Beatty’s […]

Clear Blue Tuesday

"Of the many artistic works that have attempted to make sense of September 11, 2001, none has captured the New York perspective of the quietly hellish aftermath of the destruction of the World Trade Center better than Clear Blue Tuesday. The musical film, which was conceived, directed, and partially written by Elizabeth Lucas...examines the tragedy itself only obliquely. It focuses instead on the long-lasting effects of that violation of national and personal security on 11 New Yorkers, and through them you come to understand the day's loss-and potential gains-in ways you couldn't even if you were surrounded by CGI explosions. That's no small feat for any dramatic presentation, let alone a low-budget film...Yet it is accomplished, with impressive clarity, seriousness, and even humor..." - Matthew Murray, New York critic

Clear Blue Tuesday Trailer

Trailer for feature-length musical movie CLEAR BLUE TUESDAY, premiering Sept. 10 as part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Tickets on sale August 15th! Become a fan or sign up for the newsletter at clearbluetuesday.com for special invitations! (2)