“GMO OMG,” although not as captivating as other food documentaries, will likely appeal to the eco-friendly, food conscious hipsters and others looking for ways to better the environment and themselves.
From Johnny Cash's pill-fueled near overdoses in 1960 to playing at Folsom and San Quentin Prison, Saul Holiff was there to pick up the pieces. Now his son, director Jonathan, uncovers just how his father did it.
As history reflects, the Beatles stayed together as a group for 10 years, although Freda was onboard for 11. In “Good Ol’ Freda,” director Ryan White explores the untold stories of Beatlemania, and Freda shares her personal experience for the first time in 50 years.
At what cost is Leigh, a 29-year-old New York City girl struggling with that age-old question, “what am I doing with my life,” willing to hold onto her youth? Is her summer romance with 16-year-old Jason just the attention she needs to feel young and beautiful?
If you're looking for the next surreal-indie-art film, look no further than "Abigail Harm." It is, at the core, a story about loneliness and the humanistic desire to be loved. Cinematically, it has that beautiful Terrance Malick look of surreal-ness in subtlety.
At 15, Morgan was the youngest reporter hired by the El Segundo Community Cable dept, and continued her passion for journalism at Chapman University. She now runs Cinemacy while balancing a career as a music supervisor.