Tag Archives: Short film

Trends, Travel, Films, History and Books

May 17, 2013

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 NY Int’l Short Film Festival Announces Line-Up For 2013 Festival to showcase shorts including Juliette Fairley’s Diary of a Mulatto Bride Source: Chloe Feigen Public Relations New York City— The 2nd Annual New York International Short Film Festival (NY Shorts Fest) will be screening narrative fiction, documentary, and animated short films from May 28-30, 2013 at the Landmark […]

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They Called Her “Moms:” Comedic Icon Remembered

February 15, 2013

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Film Producers Frank Badami, Whoopi Goldberg and others Honor Legacy and Influence of Legendary Comedian By:  George Addison Before there was Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock and a parade of other great comics, there was “Loretta Mary Aiken, better known as Mom’s Mabley.” And, with 20 comedic albums to her credit, she was considered […]

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Trends, Travel, Film, History and Books

February 10, 2013

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JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT IN BERLIN:  “The size of the movie isn’t so important.  It’s who’s making it and why they are making it.” By:  Peter Knegt Source:  Indiewire A few weeks after its debut at the Sundance Film Festival(where it earned strong reviews and was quickly picked up for wide release by Relativity), Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s “Don Jon’s Addiction” […]

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An American Tale of Race, Love and Family

August 27, 2012

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Short Film Examines Evolving Interracial Romances By:  George Addison  Article first published as An American Tale of Race, Love and Family on Technorati. The art of film-making has always been an instrumental medium in presenting stories about big ideas, social norms and cultural shifts to audiences around the world.  Stories about interracial relationships have been around since the 1959 release […]

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Celebrities Lend Support to Debut of the Short Film “Mulatto Saga”

August 5, 2012

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Film Examines Complexities of Interracial Relationships By:  George Addison Article first published as Celebrities Lend Support to Debut of the Short Film “Mulatto Saga” on Technorati. “So many of us bi-racials feel stuck in the middle in America‘s often racially divided society.” Juliette Fairley, Writer – Producer, Mulatto Saga Jasmine Guy was among the celebrities who turned […]

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News Extras

July 28, 2012

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National Army Olympian to Teach Race Walking on ‘Today’ By Gary Sheftick Source:  Army News Service LONDON- Army Olympian Staff Sgt. John Nunn will teach Americans how to race walk Monday  morning July 30th, 2012 on NBC’s “Today” show. Nunn and his Olympic teammate, Maria Michta, spent Saturday afternoon teaching the program’s cast members the […]

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Trends, Travel, History and Books

July 12, 2012

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National  Directed by Spike Lee Protégé Michael Pinckney, the Short Film Mulatto Saga Prepares to Make TV Debut Source:  Cision New York — A private screening will be held on Wednesday, August 1, 2012, in Los Angeles for the short film Mulatto Saga, which is based on a scene from the acclaimed stage play Mulatto Saga directed by filmmaker […]

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